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I am seeing no-cache http header on every page served by my IIS 8.5 server (Windows 2012 R2)

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I have a web site hosted on Server2012 R2 and every page served has an HTTP Response header of "no-cache". I have set the "Common http response headers" in IIS to expire after 7 days and added a "Cache-Control max-age = 604800" NV pair to the http response headers, but I still see "no-cache" on every page.
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There are apparently some issues with this going back to IIS 7 according to various commenters.

Have you looked at these resources already?

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4204582/output-caching-still-adding-cache-controlno-cache-even-when-it-is-disabled

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/247404
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There is a chance that the response headers are being set in code.  Can you post a screen shot of your HTTP Response Header config for your site?

I would search thru a few files in the web site and check for something like the following:

<%response.CacheControl="no-cache"%>

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Reference Link:  http://www.w3schools.com/asp/prop_cachecontrol.asp

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Any additional info for this question?

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EE email requested stale question closure.  Two solutions proposed, no response.  Worth keeping in the archives for future reference.
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