Enabling Network File System Support (IIS 6.0)
If IIS must access files on a UNIX or Linux system, file name case sensitivity can be an issue unless Network File System (NFS) support is enabled in IIS.
Unix and Linux both support mixed-case file names, and IIS fully supports requesting static files in a case-sensitive manner. An issue arises, however, when IIS makes a subsequent request for a file from its static file cache. Because all file names are converted to uppercase letters in the IIS cache, any request after the first request from the IIS static file cache might fail or return the wrong file.
The solution to this issue is to disable the IIS static file cache so that all file requests are issued fresh, thereby retaining correct file name case. The static file cache can be disabled for individual virtual directories on Web sites, or globally for all of IIS.
Changing this setting has no effect on how ASP files and templates are cached.
To disable the static file cache for a particular Web site virtual directory
To disable the static file cache for all of IIS