you set one up. This is normally configured when you re-image your computers
and (I think) involved editing a plist somewhere. That eliminates the
You can also set-up an internet proxy server that caches the updates so that
when the update is downloaded once from Apple, all subsequent requests pull
form the proxy server.
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On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 1:22 PM, Renee Ramig <email@example.com>wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I have noticed a significant slowdown on my network lately. I checked
> my Cymphonix box and noticed that almost 50% of my traffic in the past
> month is to Apple.com listed as Automatic Traffic (which is usually
> updates or similar). We are 75% PC here, so I am trying to figure out
> what is going on. Has anyone had a similar problem? Are there some
> sort of auto updates happening on newer Macs that I need to go and turn
> Renee Ramig
> Seven Hills School
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