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    Re: Replacing ISA server with a linux based system

    Just a converted PC. I did buy a new MB and chip but it wasn't supported so I had to swap it for a slightly older one.

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    Re: Replacing ISA server with a linux based system

    I've been using Censornet (Free) for the past couple of years and it does everything that you could want . We also bought the image filter system and Blacklist update subscription. It has certainly cut down on the number of complaints from staff about images unsuitable images being looked at. Go to www.adelix.com to get a copy.
    I run it on a standard pc with upgraded RAM and HD. No problems at all

    Rob

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    Re: Replacing ISA server with a linux based system

    I have been using Censornet for 120 concurrent users with celeron 1700 and 512 ram for 3 years. Before It was isa server...

    No problem at all!

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