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IP Address Revealed in the TCP Header

Posted on 2006-07-10
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Hello,

Is it necessary to set the SetHostName property in IIS 6.0 if Windows Service Pack 1 has been installed?  I'm wondering if the service pack resolves the issue with the IP Address being revealed in the TCP header for GET requests.

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Yes.

I believe the fix is included in SP1 but all the fix does is to enable the SetHostName property - it doesn't set it automatically.

Dave Dietz

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Thanks Dave.  I appreciate your help.
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