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 Author Samuel Betts  Views 788 View Original Article

Something that can be useful to configure for SharePoint web-applications is extra HTTP headers to the page responses. This post is about the best way of configuring this for SharePoint specifically. There are many reasons you might want to add HTTP headers (normally it’s not necessary though); I stumbled on one example recently where one SharePoint application needed POST to another on another domain which needed headers adding for so cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) would work. Anyway,…
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