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block or record MSN/AIM conversations?

Post by malcolm on Mon Mar 22, 2010 8:11 am

Do you know any good software to block msn or other chat tools,many kids have wasted many time to chatting with other people all day long,I'm worried about him

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Re: block or record MSN/AIM conversations?

Post by hotidiot on Mon Mar 22, 2010 12:06 pm

This is what I found on google
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1.) Use Group Policy Manager to prevent users from installing their own software. (If running Windows 7 Enterprise/Ultimate, use AppLocker to block portable applications--ones that run without having to be installed--as well.) Make all installations an IT decision.

2.) Configure the company routers to block communication on traditional IM ports, including TCP/5050 (Yahoo), TCP/531 (AOL), UDP/531 (AOL), TCP/1863 (MSN), TCP/5190 (AOL/ICQ), TCP/1503 (Windows Live), UDP/1503 (Windows Live), and TCP/6891-6901 (Windows Live).

3.) Configure the company router(s) to block web-based IM services and other undesirable websites. (Potentially blogs, free email accounts, etc.)

4.) Implement a new company policy, then start checking server logs and wandering around the office. Those that ignore the warnings should face the consequences.

There was this same question that was asked for the employees of a certain company who were wasting time like kids.


According to me, the things you can do :
1. Give them tasks to finish- such as their homework or other household help.
2. Maintain a schedule for the time in which they are allowed to play.
3. Give them a choice whether to play games or chat on PC.
4. If they are really kids, they will get bored soon of chatting. But if they are matures then not much can be done.
5. If you want to block or record AIM conversations remotely then use IMmonitor [CLICK HERE] scroll down and check third software on the page.
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Re: block or record MSN/AIM conversations?

Post by feng-haly on Thu Mar 25, 2010 12:07 pm

Here are some smart msn spy ( http://www.spy-im.com/ ) software can block or record msn/aim conversations. BTY,it's not a wise choic to block some chatting tools!You have to find another better way to solution question.

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Re: block or record MSN/AIM conversations?

Post by Jessica Brown on Tue Dec 27, 2011 8:18 am

Useful stuff is provided here.

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Post by Admin on Sun Feb 26, 2012 7:08 pm


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Re: block or record MSN/AIM conversations?

Post by Admin on Sat Jul 14, 2012 12:06 pm

No thanks Smile

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