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is there a way to prevent private browsing for ALL BROWSERS

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Is there a way to implement history logging for all websites regardless if incognito is turned on, privacy browsing used?
I know you can monitor it on the router or other forms of monitoring software, but is there a way in the registry maybe to prevent the clearing of the cache, history for ALL BROWSERS?

I know you can implement a registry fix to disable inprivate browsing (ie) and incognito. But that doesn't prevent the user from clearing the cache nor manually clearing the browser history.  Please let me know. Thanks!
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No, there isn't. Not possible.
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Each browser requires a different implementation to disable specific features (some you may not be able to disable history).

If you want the easiest way to track user browsing via multiple browsers implement a proxy.
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