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IIS 5 on Windows Server 2000- delay in serving changed .htm and html files

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If I make changes to an htm or htmil file and upload via ftp, served page is not the changed page.  After a little over a minute, the changed page will show. I can see the changes if I use a file explorer on the server to view, but not using browser client.

People external to our network have experienced this delay also, so I don't believe it's a firewall cache issue.

I don't believe it's the clients.  I have tried Mozilla and IE 7, cleared the cache, refreshed the page in question, etc.  

I think it's something with the server and have tried the following:

I have changed/ modified the following registry keys on the server in an effort to disable file caching
HKLM|CurrentControlSet|Services|Inetinfo|Parameters:
CacheSecurityDescriptor:  0
DisableMemoryCache 1
ListenBackLog: 1
ObjectCacheTTL: 1
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modifiying the user UserTokenTTL seems to have done the trick
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