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I don't wan't ISA cache content for my internal website which published to the internet.

Posted on 2009-04-07
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Hi All,

I published an internal website to internet. However, i found out ISA will still give internet users old content especially I change the CSS style of my website.
My questions is how to configure ISA to make sure my published website will not be cached by ISA.

Any help will be higlhy appreciated..... thanks
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1. You can create a Cache rule to prevent caching of your site - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/837832
2. You can use Cache control HTTP headers in your website to tell ISA and all other servers not to cache your contents - http://www.mnot.net/cache_docs/

Hope this helps.
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by:frankhhy
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Hi Raj-GT,

Thanks for your reply.

My situation is : i have a internal website published to internet users via ISA 2006 and I don't want internet users to get pages from the cache of ISA. is the MS KB you mentioned above also apply to this situation??
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The short answer is yes. Just use internal or the name of the published server in the "Rule applies to content from these network entities" field.
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by:frankhhy
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thank you
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