Disable HTTP 1.1 through proxy connections on the client and the site loads well all the time.

We have ISA 2006 with service pack 1,  Automatic Updates on Windows 2003 server with internet
explorer version 6
When browsing to certain web sites ( the page will sometimes fail to display, or hang partially loded. IE indicates it is waiting, but it will never complete. CTRL-REFRESH and the page usually hangs again. Click View Source and the HTML text ends prematurely at the same place every time.

Disable HTTP 1.1 through proxy connections on the client and the site loads well all the time.
when enable  HTTP 1.1 through proxy connections ,it does not work .

For one proxy ISA server 2006 with sp1 , if we enable HTTP 1.1 through proxy connections on the client and the site loads well all the time on Internet explorer version 6

for another proxy ISA SERVER 2006 with sp1 Disable HTTP 1.1 through proxy connections on the client and the site loads well all the time.when enable  HTTP 1.1 through proxy connections ,it does not work

IS there setting difference between the  two ISA server.

pls resolve this issue.We want the site to work when HTTP 1.1 through proxy connections is enabled on internet explorer


arvindp1Asked:
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arvindp1Author Commented:
can some one help
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pwindellCommented:
It is almost always a Browser issue.

There is no "setting" in ISA related to this that I know of.

In IE's Internet Options go to the Advanced Tab and slick the Reset Button, wiat for it to finsh doing its thing.

Then go to the security Tab and select the Internet Zone.  Click the Reset all Zones to Default Button.

Now go back to the first Advanced tab and make sure the HTTP 1.1 is still enabled.

Close, the open the browser and try again.

If that does not work, then I have no answer.
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arvindp1Author Commented:
If we disable the compression in both ISA server  ,the site loads well ,otherwise it is not working .

why is it only if we disable the compression in ISA server ,the site loads well  when HTTP 1.1 through proxy connections is enabled on internet explorer version 6
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pwindellCommented:
Because not all Web Site Admins use compression on their web servers that follows proper industry standards.   ISA and TMG are very picky and meticulous in following industry standards exactly.   As a paractice I never run with the compression enabled,...it was a, nice thought,...but not so great in the real world,...unless with can send out the Compression Police to make sure that everyone's compression techniques is done exactly correct.
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arvindp1Author Commented:
How to create a rule or configure in ISA server to disable compression for particular websites.
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pwindellCommented:
Not possible.
You either turn it on,...or you turn it off.
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