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    Dec 1969

    Default Response.Expires???

    Are there known bugs regarding Response.Expires? I&#039ve tried repeatedly with a setting of 0 or -1 (after I saw something on MSDN saying the Response.Expires=0 doesn&#039t work even though the Microsoft Documentation says to use it that way) and I&#039ve tried using Response.ExpiresAbsolute with a date from the past. In all cases, the content is clearly coming from my cache when I start a new session and visit my page that should have expired. Any comments appreciated. Feel free to email me at<BR><BR>Thanks,<BR>Bruce Hamilton<BR>

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    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: Response.Expires???

    things which may cause caching :<BR><BR>Proxy servers upstream<BR>Browser preferences set to cache pages<BR>Incorrectly synched dates on client and server (always subtract 24hrs from any expiry date)<BR><BR>j

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