Files larger than 512MB are not served from cache after ISA Server firewall service is restarted

Hey! Did you know that files larger than 512MB are not served from caching after the ISA firewall’s Firewall Service is restarted? Who’d a thunk it? Actually, I always thought that there must be some sort of limit on the object sized that can be cached and retrieved, but I never read about such a limit before. Now Yuri Diogenes shares with us the dirty little secret — there is an object size limit. Not that should be too much of a problem, since there aren’t that many files that are larger than 512MB, and you don’t want to cache too many of those anyway 🙂

Read more on this issue at:

https://blogs.technet.com/isablog/archive/2008/07/30/files-larger-than-512mb-are-not-served-from-cache-after-isa-server-firewall-service-is-restarted.aspx

HTH,

Tom

Thomas W Shinder, M.D., MCSE
Sr. Consultant / Technical Writer
Prowess Consulting www.prowessconsulting.com

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MVP — Forefront Edge Security (ISA/TMG/IAG)

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