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View Browser History

What have you been browsing lately?

Description

This Agent Procedure reads the history data of 4 different Web browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari) and displays the browsing history of all these Web browsers in one table.

Developer
  • Name: Aaron Engels
  • Company: Kaseya International UK
  • Website: http://www.kaseya.com
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  • Summary
  • View Browser History
  • 362 Downloads
  • Released on June 17th, 2016
  • Reviews
    Gravatar for Mitchell Isaac Hicks
    by Mitchell Isaac Hicks on February 14th, 2018

    Its quick, simple and easy to set up. It saves you a lot more time than having to do it yourself. The Discussions were also a big help. I look forward to toying with this alot more.

    Gravatar for Sam Pearson
    by Sam Pearson on February 14th, 2018

    Aaron great script. Our team is constantly being asked to view history. This will save us hours a month

    Discussion
    Gravatar for Nitin
    Nitin over 1 year ago

    Hi,
    I have run the procedure on one windows 10 machine. How can I see the history now?

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    Aaron Engels over 1 year ago

    There should be a HTML file in Agent Procedures -> File Transfer -> Get File. If not check your Agent Procedure logs for errors.

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    Jim Buchholz 12 months ago

    The script ran but the report is blank. When I run the exe locally I get a ton of sites showing.
    What parameters does the program use? What dates does it pull from?

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    Aaron Engels 12 months ago

    You can find the cmd line options and help here: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/browsing_history_view.html

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    Mark Shepherd 12 months ago

    Line 3 in the Kaseya script contains the parameters to expand or shrink the time frame to grab, the default is 24hrs. /VisitTimeFilterType 3 /VisitTimeFilterValue 5 are the values to change, this example will grab 5 days of history!

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    Sam Pearson 9 months ago

    Does the exe need to be installed on the remote client?

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    Aaron Engels 9 months ago

    Yes, the Agent Procedure will tell the machine to download the executable, run it and return the results to the Kaseya Server.

    Gravatar for Mitchell Isaac Hicks
    Mitchell Isaac Hicks 9 months ago

    I'm trying to run this on my Machine to test and it says there is an error in line 2 step 2. I don't think I changed anything, the second step still says, #kworking#\BHView.exe

    Side note: Why hasn't anyone left a review yet? This is the closest I've got so far to finding an easy solution XD

    Gravatar for Jonathan Haase
    Jonathan Haase 9 months ago

    Did you upload the "BrowsingHistoryView.exe" from the zip file to the ManagedFiles on your VSA instace?

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    Jonathan Haase 9 months ago

    Did you upload the "BrowsingHistoryView.exe" from the zip file to the ManagedFiles on your VSA instace?

    Gravatar for Zunair Fayaz
    Zunair Fayaz 9 months ago

    Add to vsa and make sure the temp dir the proc is using is defined.

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    Sam Pearson 9 months ago

    No I'm new. This is my first day working with agent procedures. Any guidance would be appreciated greatly. I downloaded and unzipped the files. I used agent procedures tab and navigated to my procedures and did the import. I now have logged into the kserver. I navigated to C:\Kaseya\WebPages\ManagedFiles and I see many folders. One named imported scripts, import center... I'm kinda lost.

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    Benjamin Mason 9 months ago

    @Sam Pearson here is the method I used to get this agent procedure working.
    1. Download the files and unzip
    2. Upload the "browsingHistoryView.exe" to the Shared Managed files on the VSA (Agent Procedures > Manage Procedures > Schedule / Create >Manage Files (button at the top above your list of procedures)
    3. Import the agent procedure
    4. Schedule / run the agent procedure against a machine
    5. This is the part that look me way to long to find and under stand. The .html file is uploaded to Agent Procedures > File Transfer > Get File in the VSA. I couldn't work out where to find it on the actualy VSA server but it's viewable from that location in the Agent Procedures module.

    Let me know if you need anything else further explained! I spent a fair amount of time trying to get this working and now have it working how I need it to.

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    Sam Pearson 9 months ago

    Thank you, Benjamin for the detailed instructions. Thanks to everyone else for your help. Thanks Aaron for the great work on the script.

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    Roy Herron 8 months ago

    @benjamin, I imported the installer and the xml procedure but when I run against the machine I get Failed in Step 2 Line 2. Any ideas?

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    Roy Herron 8 months ago

    @benjamin, I imported the installer and the xml procedure but when I run against the machine I get Failed in Step 2 Line 2. Any ideas?

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    Benjamin Mason 8 months ago

    @Roy Herron Do you have the installer sitting in the root of your Shared files or in a nested folder? If it's in a folder then that will need to be reflected in the procedure as well

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    Benjamin Mason 8 months ago

    @Roy Herron Do you have the installer sitting in the root of your Shared files or in a nested folder? If it's in a folder then that will need to be reflected in the procedure as well

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    Benjamin Mason 8 months ago

    @Roy Herron Do you have the installer sitting in the root of your Shared files or in a nested folder? If it's in a folder then that will need to be reflected in the procedure as well

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    Roy Herron 8 months ago

    @Benjamin, I'll give that a try

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    Roy Herron 8 months ago

    @Benjamin, so I redid the script to show the folder I placed it in, I got it to run successfully. The first time I was able to get a report with a few items in it. When I ran it a second time the HTML did not return any results. Have you run into this?

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    Roy Herron 8 months ago

    @Benjamin, so I redid the script to show the folder I placed it in, I got it to run successfully. The first time I was able to get a report with a few items in it. When I ran it a second time the HTML did not return any results. Have you run into this?