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SharePoint Caching

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

Hello Community,

          I have 5 site collections. I divided site collection into individual departments. My expected result when user click "Department" link. The system will redirect to each site collection by his/her department. But the permission is not different (same permission but different department) so caching in SharePoint use the same cache for example user A is in "Call Center Department" and user B is in "Non Call Center Department" when user A click "Department" link the system will redirect to Call Center Department Site after that login as user B and click "Department" link system is still the same link (Call Center Department) which actually should be redirect to Non Call Center. I checked the caching is no change (user A and B use the same cache)  

 Any suggestions??? if I need to separate cache.

Thank you in advance
         Aitsara K.




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