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Can Administrator View User Browsing History in IE7?
Posted 25 March 2010 - 01:16 PM
To view the user's History, I follow the path C:\Documents and Settings\Student9\Local Settings and can see both Temporary Internet Files and History folders. However, I cannot open the History folder and can't see any of the browsing history files or cookie files in the Temporary Internet Files folder.
Is there a way to make this visible? I have adults taking this class that want to be able to check the browsing history of their children. On older versions of Internet Explorer I thought that this was possible. Is this an issue only because I am using IE 7 with Windows XP?
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