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I am looking to install the Apache HTTP Proxy for the updates for my clients computers.  Am I ok to install this Apache HTTP Proxy on the ESMC server or should I be using another server for this purpose.  If I need to install it on another server are their specs available for it?

 

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It depends on how many clients will connect through it. Especially in larger networks where ESET Dynamic Threat Defense is used, it is crucial to have a dedicated machine for the proxy.

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That's a huge number so a dedicate machine with http proxy will likely be necessary.

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I have the proxy set up, I have created new policies to use the proxy.  Is there anything else I need to do?

how will I know that it is working properly? Am I able to see what it has cached, or atleast a spot where I can see something has been cached?

 

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If Apache HTTP is installed on Windows please check the httpd.conf file located in 'C:\Program Files\Apache HTTP Proxy\conf'
if you are running the Apache HTTP Proxy on CentOS the location of the config file is /etc/httpd/conf/ or /etc/httpd/conf.d/

Typically the cache on Windows will be located int he following location: C:\ProgramData\Apache HTTP Proxy\cache\

To test the HTTP Proxy please brows to the following location in a web browser: http://[IP address]:3128/index.html

 

 

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