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I currently have a problem that would be easily resolved if I could configure IIS6 to somehow ignore certain request headers. Namely "Translate:f". It should process the request as if that header wasn't even there.

Is this possible and if so how?

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Can you use mod_headers in the .htaccess file in IIS? – Adam Nov 5 '10 at 10:56
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Found a useful iis implementation of the apache mod_headers. Not free but have used one of their products before and was satisified.

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