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    Question IE 6 page caching in NT/Win2k

    Here at work on NT and Win2k my browser never refreshes pages in the forums unless I do it manually.
    It doesn't make any difference what setting for cache size or circumstance I set IE6 to.
    Each time I revisit a topic I have to do a refresh or I just see the posts I saw the last time I viewed the topic.
    I have a very fast connection here at work so caching is not important to me. Is there a way to turn off page caching completely?
    At home on Win98 this has never been a problem.
    thanks,
    chuck

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    Try setting Check for newer versions of stored page in Tools->Options->Settings to Every visit to page.

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    That's one of the seemingly hundreds of combinations of settings I've already tried.
    Thanks for trying though.

    Right now I have it set to a 1 meg cache(the lowest setting it will allow)
    and "check every visit".
    It hasn't made any difference.

    chuck



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    Then it's probably some enforced company proxy in action. You don't have it visible and you can't simply turn it off in Connections -> Lan Settings, can you?

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    I couldn't get through the firewall if I didn't pass through the proxy.
    I have tried both proxies. (peons-vs-tech people )
    Now I run through the proxy client which gives me more or less free acess to the outside world
    chuck


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    Just saw this link over on tweak3d.net

    Not sure if it will help you but it's worth a try...

    http://www.3dspotlight.com/tweaks/ie6/index.shtml

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