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SBS 2003 Internet Usage Tracking

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I have a client who wants to monitor the Internet usage of the employees (about 15 client workstations).  He doesn't want to track *what* sites people go to, but rather *WHO* and *HOW MUCH* time is being spent.by each person.  Running SBS 2003 Standard.  ISA is not installed.  We are using an older Watchguard firewall (X-edge series).

Anyone have any clever ideas.....without spending a bunch of $$ for a third party monitoring system?

TIA,
jim
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Install watch guard Reporting server taht can give you details report

its free with Watch guard X edge.

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