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    Default Response.Expires on IE

    Am I under wrong impression that Response.Expires = 0 (or -1 whatever) doesn&#039t work on IE5?

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    Default RE: Response.Expires on IE

    Yeah, that sucks, eh? :)<BR><BR>This, I&#039ve found, works on IE5:<BR>Response.ExpiresAbsolute = Now() - 1<BR><BR>This tells the browser to expire yesterday. :)

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    Default RE: Response.Expires = Now() -1 on IE5

    I tried that as well, no do! I don&#039t know, I&#039ve tried with several examples (including one from ASP Today: http://www.asptoday.com/default.asp?art=19990708.htm). I don&#039t know why damm thing doesn&#039t work.<BR><BR>I&#039ve seen an article from Phil Paxton on www.activeserverpages.com which recommend a procedure which will trick IE5. To be perfectly honist, I didn&#039t understand it.<BR><BR>Should the fact Response.Expires (or simular) doesn&#039t work on IE5 be considered as a bugs or is it because IE5 is so powerful in "Offline Mode" so some people in Microsoft forgot on those people who work with scripts?<BR>

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    Default RE: Response.Expires = Now() -1 on IE5

    This is true that Response.Expires=0, Response.Expires=now()-1, Response.ExpiresAbsolute=now()-1 or Response.ExpiresAbsolute=1/1/1900, nothing is working on IE5. I too am stuck up in this and am at a loss as what to do.<BR>Arvind


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