Clearing .net MVC Cache ?

Jul 20, 2010

I have MVC 2 site, and I.E is cacheing word documents linked on my site. I know there is a way to clear cache before every action in the controller. But for these links i am not using action, i am just creating regular href links.. Is there anyway i can clear the cache?

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