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Force ISA 2006 to ignore HTTP No Cache Code

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Is there a way to configure my ISA server to ignore the no cache code on a site?

I have users that do a database search on a govt. site, and they want to use the Back button in IE to go back to their dynamically created results.

I know it's not supposed to be used this way, but I wonder if I can fool ISA to do what I want and ignore the No Cache coding in the web page we're searching from?
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Keith Alabaster earned 1500 total points
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No, not that I am aware of. ISA is an EAL4+ accreditted firewall and proxy server and so does what it says on the side of the box.

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