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How to create a rule or configure in ISA server to disable compression for particular websites.

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How to create a rule or configure in ISA server 2006  to disable compression for particular websites.
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You can adjust compression settings & customise exceptions for certain web sites as per this article:
http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/ISA-Server-2006-Installing-Enterprise-Edition-beta-Unihomed-Workgroup-Configuration-Post-Installation-Part3.html
Hope this helps.
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