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Why doesn't IIS7 compress asmx files?

I have multiple IIS7 webservers on which I have enabled both static and dynamic compression. Everything works fine except that only one server manages to compress the responses to requested asmx ...
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IIS 7.5 ignoring HttpCompression settings in web.config

I'm trying to enable dynamic compression for the mime type application/json. In applicationHost.config, I've made the following change: <section name="httpCompression" ...
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Why is IIS7 not compressing my static files?

I am trying to get IIS to compress jquery.js (and all other static files, but using jquery as the example here) on my localhost, but something goes wrong. The funny part is that when I look in my ...
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IIS6 wont compress js and css

So recently I configured IIS6 to compress files I now have most files compressing apart from my JavaScript and CSS files. Does anyone have an idea what maybe causing them not to be compressed. I know ...
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IIS7 is gzipping files but not serving the gzipped version

By following a number of helpful blog posts I have configured IIS to gzip my static files. I have even enabled Failed Request Tracing and filtered to the 200 status code, and I can see the successful ...
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how to enable iis 7 dynamic content compression?

I've turned on dynamic content compression in IIS 7, but Fiddler is showing that my dynamic pages are still being served without content-encoding: gzip. Static content compression is working fine on ...
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IIS6 not doing gzip compression when including Via header in request

I have some static content going through a CDN. I am using IIS6's built in compression (gzip & deflate) for static content and this is working fine when I request it. However, when the CDN makes ...
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GZip on IIS6.0 - Some sites work, others dont?

I have a 2k3 server setup running iis6.0 and ive just enabled gzip compression succesfully - for the most part. Most sites (eg: clickhips.co.uk) are coming up in YSlow as being compressed fine however ...
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Enabling gzip compression in IIS and having it take effect

We've enabled Gzip compression on the server in IIS (IIS6). We've run iisreset. It just doesn't want to take effect. We had this before on another server, and after a little while, it just started ...