sc302, on 15 January 2013 - 15:21, said:
don't allow people to use chrome
use a webfilter so that they can pretend to delete their history all day long (they cant delete webfilter history, tying their history to their username regardless of where they sign on to)
I would strongly opt for #2. There are other things that you can do that will capture history that arent free and can't be deleted by the individual even if they choose to nuke their computer.
Yeah I have considered blocking chrome domain wide, problem is over half of our systems are running XP with IE8, and that brings into play some issues with HTML5 sites not rendering correctly.
Any suggestions on a a web-filter/logger that either works locally as a client app with a central management console, or something that runs through like a proxy server. Network is all Windows Domain/OS based.