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Proxy Server HTTP Upload Problem

Posted on 2001-07-04
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We are using MS Proxy 2.0 with Access Control Allowed.

When users try to upload images etc... on sites through HTTP upload, it fails. I can upload when not using proxy but that is not an option for the rest of the company.

I have allowed full rights on web proxy and winsock proxy but still no joy.
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I don't think Proxy Server 2.0 supports HTTP 1.1, which is what you need to upload files (PUT command)
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