Problem with caching on Unified File System

Hi We are using Episerver 4.61, Windows Server 2003. Our files (images, pdf, doc) on the UFS (Unified file system) are not cached on the browser client (IE 6/IE 7). But our files that exist in a folder inside the IIS 6, are cached by the browser client. An image file in the IIS 6 has the following http header. If-Modified-Since: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 15:10:50 GMT If-None-Match: "039be548b38c61:29a" Pragma: no-cache An image file in the UFS folder has the following header. If-Modified-Since: Thu, 17 Aug 2006 14:05:17 GMT Pragma: no-cache I'm not sure but I can see that EpiServer seems to have the same "feature", because if you use fiddler you can see that all images that you have in your layout folder, which i assume resides in an UFS, are not cache by the browser e.g. /layout/images/concept/microsft_Gold.gif. But all your other images are cached e.g. /imageas/gradient-s_bottom.gif. Our settings in web.config for UFS are: I can't see our UFS folder in the IIS manager, maybe this is the reason for our problem? My question is how can I configure our servers so that the files from UFS are cached on the browser client? // Jörgen
Sep 19, 2006 11:09
EPiServer people, a comment or a solution, please!!! We have 700 concurrent users per server. So this "issues" costs a lot of bandwidth, and we already use alot of bandwidth. J
Sep 26, 2006 14:01
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