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Hi,

I have a ASP website hosted on IIS6 and its pretty unstructured. It has ASP, JS, CSS, HTMs, images all in same root folder. I want to enable caching on static files like images,css, js files.
I don't want to manually add expires header by going in properties of each file as the files are in hundreds and there are 5 web servers in the farm :-(

So I want some automated way to perform this task. Is it possible setting up expires header by file extension using adsutil??

Appreciate your help,

Santosh
Apr 10 '13 #1
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