RE: ISA 2004 Cache

Have you checked the workstations / server for spyware.

S 

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From: ahendriks@xxxxxx [mailto:ahendriks@xxxxxx] 
Sent: Monday, July 11, 2005 1:51 AM
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Subject: [isalist] RE: ISA 2004 Cache

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> You'll have to be a bit more specific about:

OK, i will place some configuration stuff here.

> 1. your ISA caching configuration

The default cache rule, the only thing i have changed is disabling the
ftp caching, an second rule which disables caching for
windowsupdate.microsoft.com.

I have configured a cache size of 10 Gb, and have left everything in
default.

> 2. what sites

When going to www.google.com the user ends up at www.omroep.nl

> 3. what requests.

HTTP request.

> Generally, ISA caches site content according to the rule outlined in 
> the ISA help, but it's also possible to configure it so that it caches

> everything in sight (bad thing).

I haven't changed anything in the caching rule, as mentioned above, on
the server there is a eTrust antivirus client active, i have excluded
the caching dir for scanning, and the processes used by isa are excluded
to.

Arjan

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