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Old 05-05-2005, 09:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Isn't there a registry entry that logs your IE viewings, even after you clear history and cookies? Also, isn't there a log file of all of this?

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Just what I was waiting for....google it
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HAHAHA!!!!!! Dude, no lie, I was going to say the same thing.

Google it.

NOONE POST ANYTHING!!!
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It's amazing on these forums. The whole idea of googling is to NOT waste everyone else's time. I start about 5 threads on this board, and all you morons flame me. All I do is give input to others... well screw you

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Yes, there is a key if i remember correctly. I also recall a report about windows not actually deleting cookies and cache. The only way to find it is to know it's there, and use the cmd prompt to find it.
I can actually see how this would be hard to find on google, for my not so brilliant mind atleast.
Please no one take offense to what i post.. i just thought I should help since he asked.
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Just what I was waiting for....google it
This is far more than the complex "tell me everything about networking" and wont easily be answered on google
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Old 05-14-2005, 01:08 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Isn't there a registry entry that logs your IE viewings, even after you clear history and cookies?
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Yes.


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Originally posted by SkyHi
Also, isn't there a log file of all of this?
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Yes you can set the registry to create a log file.


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This is far more than the complex "tell me everything about networking" and wont easily be answered on google
You can find info on the msdn boards about this topic, and through google as well.
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I don't usually sift through 8 billion pages either. But then again, I use common sense.

*hint - google msdn forums ....
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This is far more than the complex "tell me everything about networking" and wont easily be answered on google
We know. It was more of a shot at his asinine nature and condascending way of always telling people to Google all of their problems. Everyone knows they can Google, and they do not need to be told this.
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Old 05-15-2005, 07:09 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Him, please stop flaming. I don't tell people to google complex problems, or things that would take more than about 4 words on google, for instance
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VPN networking
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define: word
. You, on the other hand, choose to sit here and flame me for asking a more complex question. Now, if you have something more to flame about, be mature and PM me or a mod to get me removed from the site, jeeze, this is getting immature. Let's act like mature people, and go about our lives.

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