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revised Why does Apache send 200 OK while Last-modified matches If-modified-since?
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comment Why does Apache send 200 OK while Last-modified matches If-modified-since?
I read that Chrome automatically adds Cache-Control:max-age=0 to request (except for the first time you load Chrome,type the URL, hit enter). But that doesn't seem to affect other servers (CDNs send 304 even with max-age=0 in the request).
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comment Why does Apache send 200 OK while Last-modified matches If-modified-since?
That explains a lot. Last thing I need explained having that in mind is that Apache sends 304 for some resources (png for example), while I still have that Cache-Control set no No-cache in the response and to max-age=0 in the request. Any clue ?
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comment Why does Apache send 200 OK while Last-modified matches If-modified-since?
I seem to be confused by the term "revalidate". To me, it means to check if it's a 304. Am I wrong ?
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comment Why does Apache send 200 OK while Last-modified matches If-modified-since?
The requested file is a static html file, for which Apache get the modification time right. (Last-Modified:Tue, 14 Oct 2014 15:10:37 GMT). the max-age=0 header is in the request sent by chrome when I type the URL and hit Enter. Is it there because of previous responses ?
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comment Why does Apache send 200 OK while Last-modified matches If-modified-since?
I explicitly set Cache-Control:No-cache in my apache config because from w3.org/Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616-sec14.html#sec14.9.1, I understand that it causes revalidation for each request. Does revalidation implies re-sending the file ? I would say it should use If-modified-since to determine if it's a 200 or a 304.
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comment What could cause Windows Login to reject every user credential?
And using netsh -r , commands seems to be executed but have no effects on the remote machine. (I can see it using ipconfig /all on the psexec session)
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comment What could cause Windows Login to reject every user credential?
I am able to ping the server within 50ms. And I am positive there is no typo on credentials. I was able to connect to the computer via the computer manager (but not from server manager).I noticed that the dns server in use is not the one I expected. This might prevent access to our domain controler. Now I am stuck trying to change remote dnsserver. Using netsh locally through psexec, I can't modify my network connection because its name contains an accent, and psexec seems not to be able to handle them.
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