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    TMG, IE9 and TES Website

    When attempting to log on to the TES Website staff are receiving a message

    "Sorry…
    Your browser has exceeded the maximum number of connections to our servers.
    Please go back and try again."

    I have looked at the TMG logs and sure enough there are multiple entries as follows

    ================================================== ==
    Allowed Connection HPS-GW01 29/05/2012 15:59:04
    Log type: Web Proxy (Forward)
    Status: 302 Moved Temporarily
    Rule: Allow Web Access for All Users
    Source: Internal (192.168.100.154:57012)
    Destination: External (77.73.121.22:80)
    Request: GET http://77.73.121.22/home.aspx
    Filter information: Req ID: 0cf987fe; Compression: client=No, server=Yes, compress rate=0% decompress rate=0%
    Protocol: http
    User: anonymous
    Additional information
    Client agent: Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; "MSIE 9.0"; Windows NT 6.1; Trident/5.0)
    Object source: Internet (Source is the Internet. Object was added to the cache.)
    Cache info: 0x4a060005 (Request should not be served from the cache. Request includes one of these headers: CACHE-CONTROL:NO-CACHE or PRAGMA:NO-CACHE. Response includes the CACHE-CONTROL: PRIVATE header. Response includes the CACHE-CONTROL: NO-CACHE or PRAGMA: NO-CACHE header. Response includes the SET-COOKIE header. Response includes the VIA header. Response should not be cached.)
    Processing time: 203 MIME type: text/html; charset=utf-8
    ================================================== ==
    The only difference between them being "Filter Information: Req ID" which changes.

    If I carry out the same actions on the same machine but use Firefox everything is fine.

    Does anyone know where I am going wrong?

    Thanks aforehand.

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    To start off I would make sure that that website is not cached on the TMG box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bio View Post
    To start off I would make sure that that website is not cached on the TMG box.
    Thanks bio, but if caching was an issue would that not also cause problems with Firefox?

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