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Tracking Websites visited via IP With Server 2003 or SonicWall

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I have been researching my sonic wall and server 2003 r2 trying to find a method in which a previous report can be compiled. The report track the websites that users go too by the association the website to the IP address.

Here is a brief example of the reports that I have on file:


1. webstie Hits MB usage
2. webstie Hits MB usage
3. webstie Hits MB usage
4. webstie Hits MB usage
5. webstie Hits MB usage
6. webstie Hits MB usage

I have a PC audit list that allows me to associate the user to IP address. I am just having a difficult time figuring out weather it is a third party application that was used to generate this report or if it was generated on server or by our sonicwall firewall.

Any advice or direction will help.

Note: I have been reading the sonicwall guide since its much smaller than the guide to server 2k3. Thanks All

Edited by GmanSman, 24 April 2009 - 05:59 PM.

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