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How do I disable caching of reports in IE9 from SQL reporting services?

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When running reports from our internal SQL 2005 reporting services web site with Internet Explorer 9 we are running in to problems.

Previously with older version of IE when we run a report and change a parameter it and rerun the report it would just open the new report.

In IE9 when we run a report for the first time it caches it so that when we rerun the report with different parameters it is opening the locally cached copy on the user's PC.

How do we turn this off in IE9 so that we can use reporting services with IE9.

I tried adding a customer HTTP header to the reporting services site and that did not change the behavior.

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