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From Daniel Aleksandersen <>
Subject [users@httpd] Header unset Server
Date Thu, 13 Mar 2008 16:30:42 GMT
On 2008-03-13, Joshua Slive wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 13, 2008 at 11:43 AM, Daniel Aleksandersen wrote:
> >  The below option spesified in the document_root/.htaccess have no
> > effect. Should it work? It may be my shared hosting enviroment that
> > is messing up this one. I see that all headers still have "Server:
> > Apache". Header unset Server
> >
> >   Header unset Content-Location
> Because of where mod_headers acts in the request processing pipeline,
> it is not possible to modify or unset many of the standard headers
> apache uses for protocol compliance. I wouldn't be surprised if the
> above two were in that category, although I haven't checked.

The “Server” header really is not required.

I want only to mofify one thing with the “Content-Location” header. I want 
it to include the absolut URI instead of only the relative URI. Can this 
be done?
Daniel Aleksandersen 

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