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comment NAT or proxy against malicious software
Thanks, I guess I will try this approach. Somehow before I was thinking of a proxy server as of a caching proxy only and nothing more, forgetting that such functions as content filter, antivirus, etc. can and should be added. Making it a transparent proxy is also what I need.
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comment NAT or proxy against malicious software
there is a central access point to internet in any case, since we use a gateway and the question is whether to add proxy functions to it. filtering outgoing traffic is a good idea.<br>and browser proxy settings allow using proxy for LAN, but it cannot tell corporate network from a home or hotel network.
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comment Outlook + Exchange 2007: it is possible to rid of local OST files?
Yes, pretty much it. I do not want to allow unauthorized access to the email data in case computers get stolen or confiscated (yep, such things happen in this part of the world).
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comment Outlook + Exchange 2007: it is possible to rid of local OST files?
Our mail traffic is quite low - a few hundred messages a day, so I guess our server will handle an increased load. As per PST files, I knew this is bad and they also get corrupted when placed on a network share and the connection gets broken. But I imagined OST files would do better since even if anything happens with it, it is recreated on a next connection to Exchange server. Guess I was wrong...
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comment Outlook + Exchange 2007: it is possible to rid of local OST files?
How I turned off cached mode: placed test PC into a separate OU, applied group policy from a template, and did some tweaking in Exchange mgmt console. Even though Outlook showed cached mode disabled (and I could feel some slowdown during certain operations), the OST file was created on a first connection to the server. Can you elaborate on how "Outlook 2007 will function fine w/o creating an .OST file" please? Is there some setting to tell Outlook not to create the file?
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