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Any maintenance to "content group" warranted?

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Any maintenance to "content group" warranted? - 3.Jan.2003 7:44:00 PM   
drewg181

 

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Now that ISA has been out for a period of time, without any major changes, and the Internet has kept moving, are there any changes to the "content group" recommended to recognize new content, MIME types, extensions, etc allow ISA to better recognize traffic flow? My ISA box has been working admirably (except for that nasty SHOUTCAST memory leak!) and I wish to keep it that way!

Regards to all contributors,

Drew
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RE: Any maintenance to "content group" warran... - 3.Jan.2003 11:01:00 PM   
tshinder

 

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Hi Drew,

Nothing new that I'm aware of, but I do need to study up on MIME types and such. These are actually set by the Web master at the Web server, so I assume you can assign any MIME type you want to any type of file. However, I assume there are standards and it would be interesting to know any changes or advancements in those standards.

Thanks!
Tom

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