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Cache Options tab missing

Posted on 2008-06-13
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I've been reading online that if you want to change the way that .NET and ASP caches its files within IIS, you can change these options here:

Right click website->Properties->Home Directory tab->Cache Options tab.

However, I don't have a cache options tab.  We are running IIS 6.0 on a Windows 2003 Enterprise box.  None of our Windows / IIS servers allow me to see this tab - is there any way we can enable this tab?  What about the metabase explorer?  Is there a way to edit the cache options via the metabase explorer?
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I'm quite sure the only way to control cache options in IIS 6 is via the web.config and page directives for ASP.NET applications.
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sorry for the delay....
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