Two problesm - Project references and pages not expiring

I have three  problems:
   1.I have searched the manuals, but do not see what I should check under project references in regard to Visual InterDev, can someone tell what should be checked??

   2. I am having a problem with my pages expiring. I have at the beginning of each page, (before the incude statement for ado and the html tag, I do not issue a response.flush etc.). I have made sure my history folder is dumped and my cache is dumped before testing but it does not matter. It simply wouldn't expire the pages, and I am kinda getting desperate here.
Below is the  inserted the code (I am using server-side coding):

Response.Buffer = True
Response.CacheControl = "no-cache"
Response.AddHeader "Pragma", "no-cache"
Response.AddHeader "Expires", "0"

yet, my pages do not expire as expected. I have tried with IE 5.5 and up, tried it with WIn98, Wint2000, and Xp Pro and can not figure out waht the problem is.
CAn someone please help me ??
bearpawsAsked:
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dgorinCommented:
#1, I don't check any project references using VID to do normal asp web development.  If you include any ActiveX components in your project your project won't be real portable.

For #2, here's what I use for asp 2 & 3

response.Expires = 0
response.ExpiresAbsolute = Now() - 1
response.addHeader "pragma","no-cache"
response.addHeader "cache-control","private"
Response.CacheControl = "no-cache"

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bearpawsAuthor Commented:
I just wanted to make sure on the project references. I have never checked anything either.
I have tried all of those statements and they just won't expire.Still there went you press the back button...sigh :(
It's crazy. I have ran the web site on a WinNt4.0, 2000 and 2003 and it makes no difference..sigh....
got any more ideas?
thanks...
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dgorinCommented:
Maybe a browser setting?  I use IE with the "Check for newer versions of the stored page" set to Automatic, and I've never had a problem with forcing db pages to expire.

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bearpawsAuthor Commented:
yep, all sorts of things. They just won't expire...
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