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    IE Check for the newest version every time I visit the page.

    Hi,

    We use Moodle (and other applications) and I'm starting to get some caching errors in IE, across the school.

    How do I configure IE across the AD domain to always - "Check for the newest version every time I visit the page." for all computers on the domain?

    Thanks Roland

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    Re: IE Check for the newest version every time I visit the p

    Do you run ISA server or Squid???? If yes, then caching is set up through rules you specify through your proxy.... We use ISa and have caching retention and caching bypass sites set through this. Hope that helps

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    Re: IE Check for the newest version every time I visit the page.

    Neither although I do use Surf Control which simply blocks disallowed traffic but I don't do any caching with ISA or Squid.

    So I need way to globally configure IE settings through AD. (I think)

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