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Snoopy is simple to start with. If you need more (in terms of reliability or 'uncircumventiability'), you should look towards proper auditing solutions. Disclosure: Snoopy maintainer here.


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Unfortunately no it doesn't. There doesn't seem to be a feature request for this either, so maybe you can submit one?


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Important: The instructions below contain steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you follow these steps carefully. For added protection, back up the registry before you modify it. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more ...


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Have you tried Sysstat in Linux? It is a package of system monitoring tools. One that will fit you will be called sat. You can downloaded it from here Otherwise, you can use your package manager to install. Use one of the command depends on your Linux distribution. sudo yum install sysstat or sudo apt-get install sysstat For Windows, I can't point ...


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Have a look at What are the methods available to get the CPU usage in Linux Command line? in which I explain how to use sar to get cpu usage etc. In order to get sar you will need the package sysstat as @passionate_tester mentions above. For more general monitoring you could use a tool like Xymon which will track disk space usage, CPU load, system uptime, ...


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It's pretty simple. Setup a proxy server and block port 80 (and 443) on your gateway/router to all machines in your network except the proxy. This will force everyone to browse through the proxy. You may need to setup their browser settings once as well. The proxy server has the ability to log which machine browsed to which URL. The bonus is that the ...



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