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By default, Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2004 does not have a cache file, and caching is effectively disabled. When there is no cache file, "in memory" caching is not performed. The cache rule settings are not relevant if no cache drive is configured.
HTTP caching in ISA Server 2004When caching is enabled, ISA Server maintains a cache of Web objects and tries to fulfill Web requests from this cache. If a request cannot be fulfilled by using the cache, the ISA Server computer initiates a new request on behalf of the client. ISA Server caches the response to the original client request and also sends a response to the client. ISA Server determines whether to retrieve the object from its cache or from another server by examining the cache properties, cache rules, and routing rules that are configured in ISA Server.
Article ID: 837352 - Last Review: July 16, 2004 - Revision: 2.1
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