Solved User Activite reporting software

Microsoft Windows 7 ultimate 64-bit
September 12, 2014 at 01:42:39
Specs: WINDOWS 7 64BIT, core i5 3.10ghz 3.10ghz
hi i hava a domain server and more then 45 clients in the network and i am looking for a software which will save ever single thing which is done by clients on the computer every single click every single key they press i need that information about every single activity users do in theire computers. if anyone knows about any software for that please do let me know. i had a software before caled SAM it used to be install in the centeral computer and only exe file in the clients computer and it use to save the whole thing ... please do guid me for that. Thank

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September 12, 2014 at 03:59:40
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Where are you located? Do you have a Policy that clearly states all activity will be monitored? If not, users may have some expectation of privacy, and you're opening yourself up for a heck of a lawsuit.

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September 12, 2014 at 06:42:07
I agree 100% with beachyhbt.

Systems administrators are taught how to lock down systems as opposed to invasive monitoring software.

A can of worms waiting to be opened.

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September 12, 2014 at 07:09:06
There may be some question as to the legality of keystroke logging too. I suspect in a lot of places that would be illegal. Certainly it would be illegal to do so with out prior notification to the people you want to log.

Most places of business log all email and internet traffic (ie: where each user surfs to). Also, most places (that are capable) record employee phone calls as well. But keystroke logging could be used nefariously to gain peoples credentials to secure access like their banking. Which is why I'd be surprised if it weren't in fact, illegal.

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September 12, 2014 at 10:18:28
Beyond the legal issue there is the practicality issue. This is not practical at all. The logs for 45 people would be huge. No one would have the time to do any kind of review of the information which is why this is ridiculous and why no one does this.

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