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    URL logging/filtering

    Hi all,

    I am new here so I hope I don't sound stupid with the question I am going to ask :-)

    I would like to do a search in ISA 2006 where it will display the URL, Clients Name and Computer Name. I can get results with URL and client names, however I cannot locate computers name.

    * Our client workstations do not use static ip's

    Many thanks & Kind Regards

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    Hi and welcome to the boards. We use ISA 2006 but i'm still learning, so i'm afraid i can't help much. Someone will be along shortly who can

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    Thanks Ryan

    I hope someone can help

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    Quote Originally Posted by techie2008 View Post
    Hi all,

    I am new here so I hope I don't sound stupid with the question I am going to ask :-)

    I would like to do a search in ISA 2006 where it will display the URL, Clients Name and Computer Name. I can get results with URL and client names, however I cannot locate computers name.

    * Our client workstations do not use static ip's

    Many thanks & Kind Regards
    We have ISA 2004 and it does not record the client name, just the client IP address, so I believe that this would not be possible.

    Jonathan

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    thanks ArchersIT for the quick reply.

    If that is the case, is there any software out there what will cater for my needs.

    Regards

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    AFAIK, Guardian can do a reverse lookup and log client hostnames (which in an AD environment = machine name + domain). I can look this up in more detail for you if you are interested.

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    Yes please Tom

    Thank you

    Looking forward to your reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by techie2008 View Post
    Yes please Tom

    Thank you

    Looking forward to your reply
    The tech team tell me it does - just trying to POC it here...
    Uses reverse DNS to get the AD PC name.

    If you'd like to try it out for yourself, drop me a PM/email.

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    If your relying on reverse dns, make sure you scavanging is enabled and is set to the same duration as your dhcp leases.

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    which version of Guardian do I go for?

    Would it be Monitor Pro?

    Thanks for all your helps guy, this is much appreciated

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