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I have written a custom WebDav implementation which is now hosted in IIS6, which now accepts "Translate:f" as a header but as it does so bypasses my custom http module (ASP.NET 3.5) and returns a 404 error.

It is correct that there is no resource at the given address, but my custom module should be handling the request - it seems that the "Translate:f" header causes IIS6 to bypass it and go straight for the resource.

I can't prevent the app from sending "Translate:f" as a header but is there any way of configuring IIS6 to always run my module even if it sees this header.



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Answered my own differently worded question

Is it possible to configure IIS6/7 to ignore certain request headers?

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