The Kite Local Caching Server (LCS) allows your computer to act as a dedicated network server for Kite testing, which gives students and staff local access to Kite content. By using temporary storage, or a cache, the server is able to access data more quickly while reducing demand on the Kite servers.
A Local Caching Server is not required for testing but is recommended for schools with limited internet bandwidth or unreliable internet connectivity.
You can set up a Local Caching Server on a computer running Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux.
Local Cashing Server
Download Links for LCS
Supported Operating Systems
The following operating systems are supported for the 2019-20 school year:
- Windows 7 (64-bit), 8, 10, 2008 R2 server, 2012 server
(Requires 2 GHz processor, 4 GB RAM, 3 GB disk space)
- OS X 10.10 – 10.14
(Requires 1 GHz processor, 2 GB RAM, 3 GB disk space)
- Cent OS, Fedora, Redhat, and Ubuntu
(Requires 1 GHz processor, 2 GB RAM, 4 GB disk space)
For the 2020-21 school year, the following operating systems will no longer be supported:
- Windows 7