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Getting Youtube for Schools to work is something that is either easy, or an extreme PITA; which is entirely dependent upon what you use for a proxy. If you're reading this, then you know Squid falls in the ladder of those two scenarios.
There are two ways to go about doing it: adding a custom HTTP header, or rewriting the URL on the fly. The cleanest way is using the custom HTTP header, but as of Squid 3.1 it doesn't natively support adding custom headers. You can only change existing
Updated 14th December 2012 at 05:40 PM by Duke5A
Just this past Easter break I was tasked with installing about 60 or so new machines in the media centers in our district. It wasn't until the end of the deployment that I discovered that mapped drives assigned via the login script weren't working properly as the card readers were taking up the letters. Moving the mapped drives higher up in the alphabet wasn't going to fly as it would affect every user on the network, and there wasn't any group policy setting that would allow you to set the first
Updated 16th April 2012 at 08:35 PM by Duke5A