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IIS7 Local to IIS7.5 on web server causes html formatting issues

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Hi Asp.net 4 website.  

Running a website locally for development in IIS7.  Runs perfectly under all browsers.

Uploading the same files to run on our web server under IIS7.5 (64 bit) and suddenly there are formatting issues in IE7-9.  No other browser has issues.

Application pool on both servers is set to ASP.NET v4.0 integrated.

Is there anything in IIS that could be interfering with this?

Thanks

Wing
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can u post an example of the formatting issues?
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Ive sorted it.

IE7.5 seems to be forcing IE9 into Compatibility mode.  Have not traced why this is but the following meta tag sorts things out.

If anybody knows how to stop IIS from doing this Id be grateful.

<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge" />

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