DNS requests log from user behind SBS 2003R2 domain network

Any way for me to see DNS requests from clients behind a SBS 2003R2 domain.  Clients use server to forward requests out on the internet (DNS redirectors).  Clients have Primary DNS of (which is server) and then server redirects their request to DNS server that I specified in DNS forwarders on server.
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Hi Steve,

You can download nettrace 1.0 or you can run Network monitor/Ethereal tools to capture what clients are querying to.. its very simple and you can filter client's/server ip addresses or Protocol that you want to see ..

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9d467a69-57ff-4ae7-96ee-b18c4790cffd&displaylang=en (This includes network monitor or you can also download it deom Add/remove windows components)

Hope this helps..
Please let me know.
Hardeep Saluja

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stevedionAuthor Commented:
Hi Saluja,  Tks for your response.   I forgot to mention that what i want to see is what websites they are browsing to.  I do not really care of IP address, i just want to know where my clients are browsing to on the internet.  I believe these tools will give me IP address and Protocols.  I am looking for something more descriptive (domain names).
Hi Steve.. in response of packet you can see website name as well if u use Ethereal /Winshark
That displays the website name as well ..
Also, following is a good link:
For thsi to work you would need to run ethereal from the DNS server right?
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