On 27-Jan-98 Lachlan McIntosh wrote:
> Microsoft Proxy Server is not just a HTTP based proxy.
> It works VERY well and is well worth the cost, and for the most part the
> small cost of proxy server is irrelevant
> to organisations who are already running NT and have already invested in
> client access licences for NT.
> Linux or BSD currently don't have any technology that comes close.
You forget the most important part of the MSPS 2.0: the clients need to install
the "Microsoft Proxy Client". This client exists only for Windows based
machine, thus say goodbye to other OSes.
I think this is a solution for the dummies.
Micro$oft -> Where to you want to crash today?
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