I see cached versions of pages on client of SBS2003

Posted on 2008-11-19
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Last Modified: 2012-05-05

I have a standard SBS 2003 server, however for some reason when I view websites I am seeing cached versions, I've cleared the cache in XP Pro Client, but still not working....

Does SBS store cached pages / images?
Question by:Wicked-Websites
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Not be default, unless you have the premium version with ISA installed as a caching server or something else instead.

I hope this helps !

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LuvJesus2Day earned 2000 total points
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Make sure you have the setting on the client set to Check for newer versions of the web page every time I visit the page.  You can find it on the same page that you cleared the cache (General under hte Tools->Internet Options)

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