This works fine on HTTP for both browsers IE and Firefox, but when using same application on HTTPS, IE gives error
that IE cannot find the file and cannot download etc..
I browsed on Microsoft's site, and below is what was mentioned :
"This issue occurs if the server sends a "Cache-control:no-store" header or sends a "Cache-control:no-cache" header."
Question 1 : How to include the above directives in my result described above.
Few gave a solution of modifying some registry etc. But this is not possible as every client browser will be required to do it.
Question 2 : Any other solution to avoid this issue.