Hi Mariom

I did some change to the config related to M$IE 6.0.
I increased the KeepAliveTimeout to 360.
I removed the general rule for M$IE and SSL and set it to 

SetEnvIf User-Agent     ".*MSIE.*"      ssl-unclean-shutdown
SetEnvIf User-Agent     ".*MSIE 5.*"    ssl-unclean-shutdown nokeepalive
downgrade-1.0 force-response-1.0

It is only for https pages (SSLEngine on). The rest is mostly default.

This is all to enable keepalive and HTTP/1.1 for M$IE 6.0. I didn't pay
attention to M$IE < 5.0 because my customer didn't use this once.

I hope this helps you.


Am Di, den 13.07.2004 schrieb Mario Ottone um 00:30:
> Hi to all,
> i've a problem apparently imputable to MS Internet Explorer.
> I run an Apache 1.3.22 with modssl 2.8.5 and openssl 0.9.6i.
> The connection is established on a standard https with "SSLVerifyClient 
> require" option.
> All works fine if i use mozilla (ver. 1.5 and later), but when i use IE 
> the connection is established correctly only when i install some patch.
> My experience on this problem is that only combinations of O.S. version, 
> O.S. service pack, IE version, IE service pa
> ck and IE patch works 
> correctly and other combinations doesn't work.
> Does anybody knows other valid combinations of such pieces of software 
> that works properly?
> Does anybody knows if modss and openssl has some glitch or bug that 
> cause that problem?
> TIA for the time you want to dedicate to this issue.
> Working combinations:
> Win XP Pro SP1
> IE 6.0.2800.1106: SP1; Q832894
> Win 2k Pro SP4
> IE 6.0.2800.1106: SP1; Q832894
> Win 2k Pro SP2
> IE 6.0.2800.1106: SP1
> Win 2k Pro SP2
> IE 5.50.4807.2300: SP1; Q832894
> Win 2k Pro
> IE 6.0.2800.1106: SP1; Q832894
> or
> IE 5.00.2195: SP2; SRP1; Q329115; Q323172

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