On Jan 10, 2007, at 8:00 AM, Tom Grove wrote:
We have an employee who spends quite a bit of time on the net and currently have no way of analyzing where they go. Are there any decent proxy servers that I can put them on to see where they are going?


Squid is a popular proxy server, although mod_proxy for Apache is another choice. However, you can analyze where someone is "going" on the net much more easily using a packet sniffer like tcpdump.

However, this sort of issue is a management issue, not a technology problem. If the employee is getting their work done and meeting their deadlines, there probably isn't a problem worth pursuing. Otherwise, the issue is that this person isn't getting the work done, and whether they are surfing random pages or wasting time in some other fashion doesn't particularly matter....

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-Chuck

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