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IIS 6.0 Registry Hacks

Microsoft has a page with some additional registry keys that can be added to modify the way IIS 6.0 runs: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=820129

This can change some of the more strange ways IIS 6.0 works, like permanently caching static web pages even when the files are updated. (Add a key called UriEnableCache and set it to 0 to turn it off.) Caching pages permanently - What the point of that is, I can't begin to guess. Quite stupid and nonintuitive.

More I work with IIS 6.0, the better I like both Apache and IIS 5.0. IIS 6.0 is so far really quirky and does a lot of retarded things.

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Comfortably Anonymous
5/23/2004 1:33:26 AM
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