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Having problems with ISA 2006 and local network http requests by IP.

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jvleigh221Flag for United States of America asked on
Windows Server 2003Microsoft Forefront ISA Server
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We have an application which runs within a web browser.
Example: http://10.10.101.190/path/application.aspx
The initial screen displays fine, however any form based requests tend to go through the first time.
Then, after that when clicking on "Submit" for further requests the form does not respond.
If I close the web page and reopen it, the page still remains stagnate.
However, if I wait, then later I may be able to proceed again.
On the ISA 2006 server I have set the local network to not cache.
I have set my browser to bypass the proxy for the local network.
I still get this behavior.
The only workaround I've found is to add the IP address in the exceptions list in the Advanced area of LAN settings within IE on my personal computer.

Anyone know why ISA would couse this type of behavior? It seems related to a TTL setting but I have caching disabled for the local network within ISA.

Are there additional settings I can try within ISA to resolve this issue?
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Raj-GTFlag of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland imageSystems Engineer

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