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I have a Squid 3.1 reverse proxy setup on CentOS 6 and it is working fine thus far in general. The problem is that the main reason for this setup is to access a .NET application in a web farm. When I access the application it is fine but when I go to log in I get a viewstate error.

I have configured the machine keys already and they work without the proxy. I have also tested the proxy with a non-farmed version of the application and it works.

So I am hoping to somehow resolve the viewstate error and proceed on my happy way.

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Since the viewstate is per user, you probably cant cache these pages. Are you caching them with squid, or just pass through? – trevdev Aug 8 '12 at 23:19

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