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Tracking users' activities on web browser

Dear experts, how can we collect users' activities on web browsers? Assuming that this is domain environment and we prefer free solution, script or Gpo settings. Many thanks!
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8/22/2022 - Mon

In a domain environment, you would configure your router to log internet activities:


This is as free as you can get since it's your router.

my router is Cisco 3925 and Sophos XG, I don't think we can track individuals' activities like you said

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How about a proxy server which lies between users and the Internet? Does anyone have experience? Can you pls provide some solutions?
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Wow. been out of for a while. Last time I work on a Proxy Server was Windows NT/200/2003 days . Too long to remember.

Anyway, I did a quick Google search and came across this product... http://www.youngzsoft.net/ccproxy/

Hope this helps.

You could look at Squid. Another option would be to pay the money to take advantage of the logging capability of your existing equipment.