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fcorey

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I plan on increasing the disk size of my VMWARE Debian Kerio 9 server and implement HTTP Caching under Proxy Server configuration. We have users who connect to a learning management system everyday to download large files such as Power Point, PDF's and various other large audio and video files from a server located in the US that we are thousands of miles away from at our current location.

Will HTTP Caching also cache these large PPTX and PDF files from the site the users use daily? Some of these files can be over 100MB in size and the users are overstaurating our internet pipe when downloading these large files even with bandwidth management in place.

Thank in Advance
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Max object size is in configuration file, "Cache" / "MaxHttpSize" in KB, defaults to 4096. If the object is cacheable depends e.g. on HTTP headers, if URL contains parameters etc.
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