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From: Marek Kierdelewicz <marek@...>
Subject: Re: ***SPAM*** Re: Using a gentoo box to cache windows updates & mac updates
Date: Wed, 4 Oct 2006 15:45:41 +0200
> > Hi,

Hi

> > 
> > I've been looking for a way to use our internal gentoo box (file - &
> > printserver) to also cache windowsupdates & mac updates.
> > Since we have a computershop we need to update *ALOT* of machines,
> > and there's no flatrate internet available in Belgium, meaning we
> > tend to run into our download limits.
> > 
> > Does anyone know if this is feasable? If so, how?

You could setup a http (transparent?) proxy box caching requests to
windowsupdate. Squid should do the trick - it's pretty configurable.

cheers,
Marek Kierdelewicz
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