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Hi,

Does anyone know of any free caching servers that can be used on a Windows server machine?

Cheers,
Danny
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there is a port of Squid for windows that should do what you want.  Google-ing for "squid windows" came up with this hit which explains it:

http://www.acmeconsulting.it/pagine/opensource/squid/squidnt25.htm
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Excellent, thanks very much.
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