Internet Access Monitor for MS ISA Server
Internet Access Monitor is a comprehensive Internet use
monitoring and reporting utility for corporate networks.
The program takes advantage of the fact that most corporations
provide Internet access through proxy servers, like MS
ISA Server, WinGate, WinRoute, MS Proxy, WinProxy, EServ,
Squid, Proxy Plus and others. Each time any user accesses
any website, downloads files or images, these actions
are logged. Internet Access Monitor processes these log
files to offer system administrators wealth of report
building options. The program can build reports for individual
users, showing the list of websites he or she visited,
along with a detailed break down of internet activity
(downloading, reading text, viewing pictures, watching
movies, listening to music, working).
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