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History Log Server Setup

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Is there a way where we can store the history records of every Firefox installation on the clients on a certain LAN, to say a designated Log Server? Just like the Linux syslog daemon which can receive remotely sent logs from other computer or machine (I have my Wireless Access Points log their activities to my Linux workstation).

For example, let's say that on the LAN there is 3 clients (192.168.0.2 - 192.168.0.4), all are installed with Firefox. Then on each Firefox installation, let's say there is a menu item of where we can assign a certain IP address as the log server, e.g. 192.168.0.1, then later the Administrator can view the report on the Server, which its view is similar to the normal history log, but since this is the Log Server, then there is the IP Address as the header (level break).

Perhaps the report would be seen on the Server something like this:

192.168.0.2 Today

 - bla
 - bla
 - bla

Yesterday

 - bla
 - bla
 - bla

and so on

192.168.0.3 Today

 - bla
 - bla
 - bla

Yesterday

 - bla
 - bla
 - bla

and so on

192.168.0.4 Today

 - bla
 - bla
 - bla

Yesterday

 - bla
 - bla
 - bla

and so on

Please let me know if there is any such function or service available, even any similar one will appreciate.

P.S. I'm aware that there is this History Synchronization Service to an On Line Server, but I'm asking for the local Log Server.