I'm having a problem with BorderManager pushing out the old version of
page until the next day.

I'll have a page that has the date/time outputted using ColdFusion and

replace that page with a page with some real content on it.

Bypassing the proxy, I can see the new page with the content on it.

Using the proxy, I'll see the date/time page (with an old date/time)
I first enter the page, then I have to refresh the browser to see the
version of the page. Close the browser and go to that page again,
get the old version then I have to refresh to see the new one.

This will happen to any computer using the proxy even if they haven't

visited the page before. This leads me to believe that it's not a
browser caching problem and because I see the new updated page when I

bypass the proxy, it's not a web server issue.

Using the proxy, I will get the new page the next morning.

This is using BorderManager 3.7.

I've used meta tags to try and tell the proxy not to cache the pages,
it seems to ignores it. The meta tags I've tried using are:
<META http-equiv="PRAGMA" content="NO-CACHE">
<META http-equiv="expires" content="Tue, 20 Aug 1996 14:25:27 GMT">

So, does any have any suggestions? However, I'm not the network
administrator. I'm an web developer who has to work behind the proxy
and I
have to make sure that the users who are also behind the proxy server
the most recently updated pages.