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application/json content doesn't get gzip'ed with IIS

We have some rather lengthy AJAX calls in our app, some of which transmit over 100k of data across a rather slow encrypted network. I'd like to enable G-Zip compression on application/json to speed ...
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Risks of setting noCompressionForHttp10 and noCompressionForProxies to false

We recently switched to Amazon Cloudfront for static content. It seems that Cloudfront does HTTP 1.0 requests to the origin server (IIS 7.0) using the Via header. By default IIS 7.0 disables file ...
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Why is IIS 7.5 seeing some requests as HTTP/1.0?

While trying to work out why Static File Compression wasn't working on one of our IIS servers, the error was coming back as "NO_COMPRESSION_10" which translates to: Server not configured to ...
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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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How to enable IIS compression for Web Services?

How do I enable compression for the Web Services request? I've an IIS 6 server that, using the ISAPI filder from Apache, routes the incoming connection to a set of web application running on JBoss. ...
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compression: httpZip vs Anything IIS 7 has to offer

I'm trying to evaluate IIS compression tools out there, and saw httpZip. I was wondering if anyone could make a recommendation, did it help and was it substantial? Was IIS 7 even on the same level ...
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Why might gzip compression in IIS 6 not work for certain clients?

I recently enabled compression in IIS6 but it seems to be working for certain users and not for others. I've verified that it's working for me with Fiddler and Firebug. For example, I have a ...