if a server response header is added to a config file of a site, does it display in IIS 7 as a server response header?
I am having a problem where a no index response header (tag) is repeatedly being added to a high profile website.
This no index header is viewable under the "server response headers" feature.
I have removed the response header a number of times in the past.
The only thing I can think of is that the header is part of a web config file on the development environment and when changes are uploaded the web config file from the dev environment is being copied with it causing the no index response to be pushed to the live environment.
can anyone clarify??