How to view brief statistics of access to web sites in Kaspersky PURE R2?
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How to view brief statistics of access to web sites in Kaspersky PURE R2?

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2012 Jan 24 ID: 5441
 
 
 
 

Applies to Kaspersky PURE R2

You can set restrictions on certain web resources access depending on their content. To do this, you should create lists of allowed and blocked web pages, as well as choose the categories of web sites, access to which should be blocked. You can view web sites access statistics for each user account on the selected computer as well as a detailed report on the events.

In order to view the brief web sites access statistics, perform the following actions:

  1. Open the main application window
  2. Click the Parental Control button
  3. In the Parental Control window, go to the Reports tab
  4. In the right part of the window, select the required account for which you want to see the report
  5. The brief statistics for web sites access for the selected user account is displayed in the Internet section
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  7. After you have viewed statistics close the application window.
     
     
     
     
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