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LAN spy

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i am the manager of my bissness and i think my employes are wasting time on the computer at work instead of doing work. Is there a WINDOWS program that can spy on a computer on the LAN network without installing a client on the remote computer and that can get past the windows XP pro firewall with SP2. if so please send a post a reply.


Edited by daniel_c, 06 April 2006 - 04:11 AM.

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I doubt if you will get any recommendations for such programs from anyone here at GTG. I believe it is against the Terms of Service of this forum to provide such information:

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I may be wrong in my understanding of the above, and if so, someone from staff will probably help you.

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major payne is right there...there's no assurance that you are indeed an IT manager or just someone who wants to spy on someone...concidering we do alot to REMOVE spyware...you won't get too many people here feeling comfortable with helping you here....i will say however that..in the past few years there was a marvelous invention....called GOOGLE...try that....also...you can use ethereal or other network traffic monitors to monitor traffic on a network...it's up to you to decipher that traffic...

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