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Squid as reverse proxy using SSL

I'm a complete novice with Squid on Windows. I have a Squid server that caches web pages for my Lotus Notes web server. I'd like to get it to to proxy the https request directly to Domino as these pages are not cached. How can I set this up? I have SSL working correctly on Domino directly but Squid refuses to connect.
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Lieven EmbrechtsSenior IT ConsultantCommented:
what squid product & version do you use ?
don't you have a manual with it ?

for squid, usually most settings are in a 'squid.conf' file.

basically you have to add 2 lines:
- add an acl with a name.
- add a no_cache line to that acl name.
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