RE: Delays in Web Page Updates

MW,

Most likely this is a caching issue on the ISA server. You can use a routing rule to force ISA to directly access the site. Check the help file for more info on routing rules.

Peter


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Subject: [isalist] Delays in Web Page Updates
Date: Tue, 4 May 2004 14:05:46 -0600

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I have a colleague who serves as the web page advisor for a school
district in Kansas.  We have one ISA server stationed between the machines
he is doing the web page editing and a Linux box where he stores his web
pages.  For some reason, whenever he does a change and FTPs it to the
Linux box he doesn't see the changes for several hours from the Internet.

I have contacted the Internet provider who says that this isn't a problem
from them.  Is there a setting or definition? that can be written to allow
these updates to be seen immediately or on a more regular basis or is this
even an ISA server issue at all?

Thanks for any help you can suggest.

MW

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