Locking firefox into saving web searched information

How can I make Firefox save all the information a user has searched in their browser?  I suspect someone in my company has been going into warez sites and downloading movies. Is there a way to find out where exactly a user has been even though they are erasing the web history from their browser?
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ipcipherAsked:
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ThaVWManCommented:
Most likely there is not a way to force firefox into doing what you need.  You would need some sort of software or hardware appliance that logged everything via another method.  Either on the workstation itself, or at the network level.
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markandrew21Commented:
Not that I'm aware of...
Try using a free trial of one of these.
http://www.wellresearchedreviews.com/computer-monitoring/?id=73&s=google&gclid=COiNuY7rxpsCFRJM5QodihRsAg 

For an enterprise grade solution take a look at getting a sonicwall .
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ou_doberCommented:
Sounds like you might need to do some forensics.

Web Browser Forensics PT2
http://www.securityfocus.com/infocus/1827

Web Browser Forensics PT2
http://www.securityfocus.com/infocus/1832


You can add the following to your userChrome.css file to hide the history button:
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expander#history, #privacyCategories + hbox { display: none;}

Say its a bug to the user.
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ou_doberCommented:
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