How to track employee downloads


How can I track what employees are downloading (i.e. movies)? I don't have a server in my office. Each system is connected through a switch and we have 3 to 4 network connections. Any help would be appreciated.

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I did a search for "how to track employee downloads" and got quite a few options. I can't post them all here but you should do the same search. There's bound to be something that works for your network setup.

Here's a link to the DuckDuckGo search:

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Hi, Andy! There are many monitoring software that allows you to track all web user activities, even track all downloads including movies, photos, audio files, music and etc. Check WorkExaminer software. It can be easily installed on multiple computers and controp remotelly all employees activities in web.

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