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I was wondering if it was possible to cache everything downloaded over my network. I'm running about 6 computers here...on dialup...yeah it is pretty hectic and laggy at times, but I was hoping that maybe if I could make one computer cache all the stuff, all the computers could share the data from the server and therefore less strain would be placed on the net connection. So my question is, can I do this? and if so, how?
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server 2003 enterprise. make it a proxy. If you dont know how to do that. You are probably out of luck.
    
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ah ok, yup I think I could do that...just a matter of finding a cheap copy of it somewhere....hmm...maybe ebay.
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Can I use the standard edition to do this? or will I need enteprise?
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Supposedly this is good. I have never used it.

http://www.download.com/Proxy-/3000-...ml?tag=lst-0-1

2k3 ent server is gonna cost you and arm and a leg.
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You could probably use standard. Just not sure if it comes with all of the services built in like enterprise. I just know that enterprise will have that ability as well as all of the other server services. Thats why its so pricey.
    
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