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Internet Explorer 7 - web page being cached.

Posted on 2008-06-12
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We use F5 load balancer to balance couple of web servers.  For some reasons, everytime when I use IE7 to hit a web page, it only goes to the same server.  I realize the web page is being cached for some reason.  

Is there a button that I can turn off in IE to avoid this from happening?
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Hello search5354,

You cannot turn off IE caching pages.  Hit Shift + Refresh icon to get the lastest update to the page.

Hope this helps!
war1
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Thanks.
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