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You can choose to precache content by test or session. 

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titleRecommended browser list for precaching...
BrowsersOperating SystemsPrecache using the Java appletPrecache without the Java applet
IE 11Windows 7YesWith this browser, you cannot precache without using the Java applet.
Firefox 50*Windows 7YesWith this browser, you cannot precache without using the Java applet.
Chrome 56Windows 7With this browser, you cannot precache using the Java applet.Yes
Safari 9MAC OS 10.9With this browser, you cannot precache using the Java applet.Yes

 * You cannot precache with Firefox 52, as Java plugin is not supported on Firefox 52. 

Depending on your browser, you can precache content with or without using the ProctorCache Java applet. 

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If you cache content by sessions, you must perform the following task only after you create a test session(s).

You must either disable pop-up blocker or add an exception to allow pop-ups from your precaching URL.

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titleYou can add an exception for the following browsers...
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titleFirefox 50
  1. Click Firefox, and select Preferences... 
  2. Click Content, and select the Block pop-up windows checkboxThen, click Exceptions.Image RemovedImage Added

  3.  Your secure test website should appear in the Site column, and Allow should appear in the Status column.Image RemovedImage Added

    1. If you do not see your secure test website in the Site column with an Allow status, type your secure test website in to the Address of website field, and click Allow.

  4. Click Save Changes.

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  1. Click Tools, and select Pop-Up Blocker. Pop up blocker is turned on.
  2. Select Pop-Up Blocker Settings, and add your secure website into Exceptions.Image RemovedImage Added

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  1. Click Settings, and click Show Advanced Settings. Click Privacy.
  2. Click Content Settings... under Pop-ups, select Do not allow any site to show pop-ups.
  3. Click Manage exceptions.. and add your secure website.
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  1. From Safari menu, click Preferences go to Security. Pop-up blocker is turned on.
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Cache Content by Test

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  1. From Setup, select Precache by Test.Image RemovedImage Added

  2. Click the checkbox to select one or more tests from the list.Image RemovedImage Added

  3. Select one Precache Server from the list.

  4. Click Precache.
  5. A popup message displays. Click Precache again to start precaching.Image Removed
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  6. Dependent upon your browser security settings, a second popup message may display. Agree to any necessary prompts to continue processing.
    (info) For example, when using Chrome, click Send anyway.
  7. The TestNav status tab/window reflects the precaching status.
    (info) If no precaching is reflected, return to the popup message from step 5, and click Precache once again focusing on any security popups.
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  2. Type a session name into the search field, and click Search.Image Removed Image Removed

  3. Click the checkbox next to the session.Image Removed

  4. Click Select TaskTasks, select Precaching Test Content, and click Start.Image Removed

  5. Click Precache.Image Removed

    If content is does not appearing appear when precaching and there are no students in the session, add students to the test session and try again.Precaching starts.Image Removed
    An information page displays the caching in progress and the parameters.Image Removed At the same time, the ProctorCache application opens.From that application, you can view caching progress.
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  6. Dependent upon your browser security settings, a second popup message may display. Agree to any necessary prompts to continue processing.
    (info) For example, when using Chrome, click Send anyway.
  7. The TestNav status tab/window reflects the precaching status.
    (info) If no precaching is reflected, return to the popup message from step 5, and click Precache once again focusing on any security popups.
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  1. From Testing, select Sessions.
  2. Type a session name into the search field, and click Search.

  3. Click the checkbox next to the session.

  4. Click Select TaskTasks, click Precaching Test Content, and click Start.

  5. Click View Status to open ProctorCache in a new window.

  6. From the application, you can refresh downloaded test content, reload the content, or purge content from the cache. See Set Up and Use ProctorCache for directions.

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