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    Is it possible to log access by users using HAP from home?

    Does HAP have a log in which I can determine who is logging in/off to the system at home?
    Would be nice to have it list login time/logoff time and files accessed for a user.
    Actually a nice graph might be nice to see the change over a certain period of time.

    The logon tracker sounds like it logs access from local workstations which I do not really need, is this correct?

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    What you are after is the web tracker part of the logon tracker, which is enabled when you create an SQL Database for HAP+ to use

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    Thanks Nick, are there any instructions somewhere on how to set this up?

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    Is it possible to log access by users using HAP from home?

    So if I understand you right this will track usage of HAP, rather an computers right?

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    Adding a SQL Provider will enable the web tracker part of logon tracker. You can then use both

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    Is it possible to log access by users using HAP from home?

    But what does the web tracker do, just track logins to HAP or actual web usage on clients?

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    it tracks a fair number of things that HAP+'s api's do because of the clients

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    So I still need to install logon tracker then?

    So install logon tracker and then follow sql server setup. Your video shows hap version 6 but I assume the config options are still in the same places. Will have to install the database on a different server because our cc4 server is working hard already.

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    The logon tracker is just for work stations. The web tracker is a part of the logon tracker's interface but not really tied to it apart from the sql database

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    So I dont need to install anything on the server just set up the sql database, is this right?

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    Yep, and tell HAP+ to use that provider

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    Excellent, will have a look at doing this tomorrow.
    Just out of interest will hap be compatable with the new windows 8 phones. Looking at buying a Nokia Lumia 920 in yellow. I think I read somewhere that you were also getting one.

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    It works on WP7 so should work on WP8. You can't upload files though, it's one of limitations, though WP8 should fix some of those

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