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List visited IE sites (history) in Database with C#

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I want to be able to produce a list of websites visited on a machine (under a particular user) and write this list to a database. I am confident about the database part but I am having some difficulty trying to get the history in a useable format. Could anyone shed any light on how to grab the history and place it into a database table (preferably with things such as page title, access time etc.)? I would like to create a C# application to do all this preferably and I only need history from IE not other browsers/

Thanks for any help
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Thanks for that. I think the only problem is is that it appears to be rather complicated for my level of knowledge! I only want the top level IE sites (e.g. www.google.com not all the entries with the search criteria). Is this possile in C#?
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Thanks, this one did the trick.
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