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(isa,TMG 2010)see what websites a specifiv user visited on a specific date

Posted on 2011-09-12
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Hello all,

We're using TMG 2010 in our company as a webproxy to distribute internet access, everything is running fine and smootly and we have enabled logging for webproxy and firewall, i just want to make a report for my manager that contains all the websites visited by a specific user on a specified date , i played with logs and reporting tools but no luck, any help ?

Thank you in advance.
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by:Keith Alabaster
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No luck as in you cannot undertand the on-screen help and the user guides and wizards or no luck in that you can read but the built-in reports have failed?
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by:a77
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the 3rd, no luck in finding your comment helpful .
if i found the selection in reports i wouldn't be here , d ick head
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Keith Alabaster earned 2000 total points
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Wow, impressive. So articulate.
Open the GUI, choose logs & reports, select the logging tab and then user activity report.
Create a one-time report. Change the OVERWRITE statement to the domain\user name required and the default last 7 days to the settings available from the drop down. Shortest time is last 24 hours.
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by:a77
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yes it's working by everything except by username , i tried with ip and it's working fine, but when you filter by username it doesn't show anything, any ideas?
Thanks anyway
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