Internet access in the workplace is a business necessity. At the same time, uncontrolled and inappropriate use of the Internet in the workplace is a serious problem for a modern employer. Let's see how Traffic Inspector can help you with reporting on the use of Internet resources.
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- - Traffic Inspector program
Download the latest available version of Traffic Inspector. Activate the program and carry out its initial configuration using the setup wizard. Add users to the program. After these steps, you can proceed to further settings.
Determine your database settings. Traffic Inspector can store data in an embedded or external database. In the simplest case, an embedded SQLite database is used, which does not require preliminary configuration. External database settings are available through the Traffic Inspector  node, the "External SQL Server …" context menu item.
Define the statistics collection settings for the user or group. Find the required account (node Traffic Inspector  / Users and Groups). In the properties of the account, on the "Network statistics" tab, define the parameters for collecting data and recording them into the database. These settings affect the preparation of the "Network Statistics" report. On the "Logging" tab, define the parameters of data collection and their recording into the database for the needs of "traffic" reports.
After users have time to generate statistics and after adding data to the database, you can generate reports. Reports are available through the node of the same name in the console tree. For each report, a build interval and objects (users, groups, counters) for which the report is built are set. The following types of reports are available in version 18.104.22.1683:
• traffic report,
• time report, • speed report, • network statistics, • report on current connections, • proxy server, • context filtering, • report on letters, • antivirus.