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Understanding the user can go to the browser history as well as Internet Options in control panel and remove the history of what sites he has visited, is there a way to still go in and see what sites have been accessed by a specific unit (by checking something on the pc). Is there a piece of software that can be downloaded to do this.....have a security issue with a remote user
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I have used index dat sky in the past, Its a free utility that you can use to view the dat files.  Most users don't know about them or how to delete them.

http://www.stevengould.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=47&Itemid=88
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yeah i looked at that and nothing in the dat files.......thanks for the help
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