I have an IIS web server on my local network for development purposes, and I want to disable all caching mechanisms. IIS seems to be caching everything, even when I disable output caching like so:
I have set the above at the root of my webserver.
The weird thing is that I need to request a file a few times before it starts caching it.
I know that it can't be a client side related issue as I checked that they were requesting a fresh copy from the server each time.
Example of what I did:
- I create a HTML file
- I navigate to the above HTML file on the server (e.g.
http://example/path/to/file/test.html) in my browser, and refresh the page a few times.
- I change the HTML file on the disk
- I refresh the page in my browser again, but I still see the old HTML file, and not the new one that I had saved to the disk in
IIS version: 7.5, Windows version: Windows 7
Can anyone help me please?