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Configuring a Windows Media server as an origin server

Updated: December 16, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2

Properties in Windows Media Services 2008 are used to control the behavior of remote cache/proxy servers from the origin server during a streaming event. This section describes how to configure two categories of properties on the origin server so that you can control how content is streamed from on-demand or broadcast publishing points on the origin server to remote cache/proxy servers on the network.

Configuring Cache/Proxy properties

Configuring Cache expiration properties (on-demand)

Configuring Stream splitting expiration properties (broadcast)

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