browsers, mod_roaming was Re: Updated FAQ

Jim Farrell jwf at
Wed Jan 27 15:34:53 GMT 1999

mod_roaming can be found at:

And I agree with Rupert's previous message .... just turn caching off on
all the clients, and go with a proxy server like squid or some such.

-- jim

On Wed, 27 Jan 1999, Andrew Radke wrote:

> This is something I have been trying to get to work for the last week or so
> with a mod_put and have been very unhappy with the results (and security for
> that matter). What is this mod_roaming and where do I get it...
> Thanks in advance,
>   Andrew.
> Jim Farrell wrote:
> > How about trying the "roaming profile" option of Netscape 4.5?  Not sure
> > if that presents a security problem or such in an NT environment.  Roaming
> > profiles can be used if you have Netscape's latest server software, or if
> > you use apache with mod_roaming.  I use this at work, and get the added
> > benefit that I can keep my netscape preferences/bookmarks consistent
> > between the 5 or 6 machines I access on a daily basis....
> >
> > -- jim
> >
> > On Wed, 27 Jan 1999, Allen Reese wrote:
> >
> > > I have Netscape storing it's profiles on a network drive.

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