Upgrade to HTTP1.1 Protocol fm HTTP1.0

Posted on 2002-05-02
Last Modified: 2012-08-13

I am using a win2k server having HTTP protocol 1.0. Pls help me to know how to upgrade to HTTP protocol 1.1.

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W2K uses IIS5 which fully supports HTTP 1.1.  If the clients ask for 1.1, they will get it.  If they ask for 1.0, then that is what they will get.

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