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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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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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Http gzip compression and performance

I've always tried to enable gzip compression on web servers because it seemed to have very low CPU cost and you obtain a significant data transfer reduction. Now I we have a public server that has ...
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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 ...
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IIS6: Serve static content gzipped for clients that support it

How can I configure IIS to automatically serve static resources (pictures, javascript, css and so on) compressed for clients that support it - and serve "normal" content for clients that does not ...
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Getting HTTP Compression (GZip) to work with URL Routing on IIS 6

I haven't seen any questions specifically addressing this specific issue. When URL Routing is used, The Request goes into IIS and then is routed to the Aspx Page. For example, a site: ...
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IIS Compression: Enable GZIP and DEFLATE using Powershell

How does one do the following things with IIS 5.1/6.0 using PowerShell: Enable HTTP Compression Set GZIP and DEFLATE file extensions Enable Dynamic and Static compression for GZIP and DEFLATE Set ...