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    exempt web addresses from ISA Cache

    Is there a way in ISA to exempt a web site from caching?

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    Re: exempt web addresses from ISA Cache

    Why would you want to?

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    Re: exempt web addresses from ISA Cache

    some site needs to be exempt, https://www.schoolcentre.net/login my boss gave it me and said this needs to be exempt otherwise it wont run correctly in spetember

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    Re: exempt web addresses from ISA Cache

    Just tell them to fix their site. All they have to do is send 'pragma: no-cache' headers.

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    Re: exempt web addresses from ISA Cache

    actually, lol, i cant even get onto the site... whole lot of good that is at the mo.

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    Re: exempt web addresses from ISA Cache

    Hi,

    You can do this in isa, create a new cache rule that is right at the top of the cache rule and then create a URL set or Domain name set which contains your site(s) that you want not to cache.

    In the cache rule, on the "To" tab use the URL set/Domain name set you created rather than the External network and select the option.

    In the "Cache store and Retrieval" tab sleect the top option and then under the "Store in cache" section on the same tab select "Never, no content will be ever cached", on the other Tabs i.e. HTTP, FTP, and Advanced make sure that the checkboxes are not ticked.

    This way isa will not cache the pages from the site listed in the domain name set or URL set.

    HTH,

    Ash.



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