Re: Browsing History and Parental Controls
Ronnie: I don't think the activity log is turn on. At least in my case this
is the problem.
"Ronnie Vernon MVP" wrote:
> The browser history settings aren't involved in the Parental Controls. The
> restricted user can set their browser history settings to keep zero days and
> delete the history after they use the browser and this will not effect the
> activity log. The activity log appears to be updated dynamically as soon as
> a website is accessed.
> You can see this in action.
> 1. Log on with the childs account.
> 2. Open Internet Explorer and visit some websites.
> 3. Open Control Panel/Parental Controls/View Activity Reports. (You will
> need to use your admin password to get there)
> 4. In the Activity Reports, go to Web Browsing/Websites Visited.
> You should see the websites that you just visited.
> Ronnie Vernon
> Microsoft MVP
> Windows Shell/User
> "Marksb" <Marksb@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > With Vista Premium I set restricted user accounts with parental controls
> > and
> > activity logs. Sometimes when I go to look it shows no browser activity.
> > I
> > think it may be because they are going in and deleting the browsing
> > history.
> > Is there a way to eliminate the ability of non administrators to delete
> > the
> > browsing history?
> > --
> > Mark S. B.