Internet Explorer - automatically clear cached intranet pages

Hi all,

Since moving over to Windows 7 with IE 9 we have noticed quite a lot of our users complaining that they are seeing cached version on our Intranet pages.  They just need to force a refresh on the page, but most users wont know that there has been an update so don't realise they need to refresh it.

Is there a setting in Internet Explorer (ideally one that can be controlled by GPO) which will allow us to automatically clear the cache or refresh when a user visits an Intranet page?
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Joseph MoodyBlogger and wearer of all hats.Commented:
Under IE Preferences, you can set this option:

General - Temporary Internet Files - Check for newer version of stored pages. Set this to every time I visit the page.

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fieldjAuthor Commented:
Ok great. Thank you!
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