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Solved: How to check the time of a web page visit in IE??

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by frusgal, Dec 29, 2010.

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  1. frusgal

    frusgal Thread Starter

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    Hi can anyone pls help me out here?
    At my workplace, we work in shifts. Consequently, 1 PC gets shared btwn 2 to 3 ppl.
    Now, a person jus did a random check on the PC & found that the history page had numerous visits to a lot of porn sites and dat too on multiple days.
    To prove my innocence i need to kno as to wot were d times wen these sites were visited.
    Is it possible to chk the time of visit to a web page on Internet Explorer 8?
     
  2. Frank4d

    Frank4d Retired Trusted Advisor

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    You can suggest to your boss, or the person doing the checks, to run IE History Viewer: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/iehv.html which shows the website URL, page title, and date and time visited.

    You shouldn't install it yourself on a company owned computer. Also note if everyone uses the same logon account on the the shared computer, what is found doesn't prove the date and time anyway since the computer clock can be changed. A good lawyer would get you re-hired if it came to that.
     
  3. frusgal

    frusgal Thread Starter

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    @Frank4d- Thnx a lot for ur suggestion...
    I made my senior run IE History Viewer..& turns out it ws d guy in d night shift who used to view these sites. It ws a big help...!!! thnx a mill...now i cn atlst walk wid my head held high!!
    P.S.- Can internet b completely blocked at night?? as in, if dat person gets a USB net connector he'd still b able to go online, even if d cmpny disconnects d LAN to dis particular PC....
     
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