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How to get custom WebDAV server working with MS mini-redirector

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Can we configure HTTP response code headers?

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HTTP GET get HTTP/1.1 0 response code

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Using curl to request URL that redirects to relative URL with anchor tag

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Set Server response header in IIS7

Is it possible in IIS7, without using URL Scan to remove the Server in the response header? I have tried the following: HttpModule I've installed a signed one into the GAC and also tried the ...
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How can I know that an HTTP response is a response to HEAD request?

Let's say I see an HTTP response with its header. How do I know if it is a response to a HEAD request? RFC 2616 states that if 200 OK is the status of the response, it should contain a message body ...