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Disabling reverse caching

Reverse caching provides faster access for external users accessing internal Web servers publishing through Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway. When you allocate disk space for caching, reverse caching is enabled automatically. To disable reverse caching for specific sites, do the following:

  1. In the Forefront TMG Management console tree, click the Web Access Policy tab.
  2. On the Tasks tab, under Related Topics, click Configure Web Caching.
  3. In the Cache Settings dialog box, click the Cache Rules tab, and then click New.
  4. On the Welcome page of the New Cache Rule Wizard, click Next.
  5. On the Cache Rule Destination page, click Add.
  6. Specify the name of the internal server URLs that should not be cached. For example, http://published_site/* urls
  7. On the Content Retrieval page, select Only if a valid version exists in the cache. If no valid version exists, route the request to the server. Then click Next.
  8. On the Cache Content page, select Never, no content will ever be cached. Then click Next.
  9. Click Finish to complete the wizard.
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