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Thread: Squid Redirect and IE8
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Squid Redirect and IE8
I am currently working to configure squid for an Internet security appliance which I do development on. Part of this is to block certain URLs by redirecting them to a page on the local server which displays a message indicating why the URL was blocked.
To implement this for HTTPS, we have implemented squid as an HTTPS proxy server with a redirector. To block the web page, the redirector simply returns either 301: or 302: followed by the local URL of the block page to display.
This works great with FireFox or IE7. But it does not work with IE8. We do a packet capture and see the redirect returned to IE8, which seems to completely ignore it, saying only that:
Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage
Has anybody seen this before or have any ideas what could be the problem?
Like I said, it works fine in FireFox and IE7.