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How to log or monitor a specific user traffic on ISA 2006

Posted on 2008-10-28
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Hi all, i have ISA 2006 configured as edge firewall, anyway i want to monitor a user to see what websites he's surfing?
is there anyway i can monitor he's internet access?

thanks a lot
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Open the ISA gui - select monitoring - logging - click edit query.
In the action box, change the values to client ip or whatever you are monitoring and apply - click start query.

if you want to see what the user/machine HAS been doing, change the Time value from live to the past week/day/month/whatever and click start query.

Keith
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