forefront TMG internet logs

Our organisation use forefront TMG for filtering users internet access. I wondered what format are the activity logs, i.e. are they in a SQL database, and is it possible to directly query the DB for getting detailed reports of all websites a specific users has visited between date ranges, if so does any know which tables store which data?
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ChrisSenior Technical ArchitectCommented:
yes it does store them in a sql log
You can use TMG reporting to do some querying but you can also access the SQL directly

Ben Ari is a good MVP for the forefront products and has posted this guide up
http://blogs.technet.com/b/ben/archive/2012/01/06/querying-the-tmg-log-directly.aspx

if not there are some third party tools do the job well
http://fastvue.co/tmgreporter/blog/fastvue-tmg-reporter-v3-0-out-now/

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