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Thank you to everyone for sharing their experiences. We will be publishing another post to help highlight some of the challenges each of you have run into. Please note (I need to write more about this) that the reg key enables the HTTP/3 altsvc frame; it does not add an HTTP response alt-svc header....
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I have tried restarting the server, but I find it is the same on all our Windows Server 2022 web servers, the only way to get QUIC working in Chrome it sending the alt-svc: h3=":443"; header. We are also having to disable QUIC in the IIS bindings on busy websites, or find that msquic.sys driver uses...
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If you changed the settings on "Edit Site Binding" dialogue, you need to restart the OS(http.sys service).
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I have tried setting EnableAltSvc registry and checking the "Require Server Name Indication" on "Edit Site Binding" dialogue and find that it doesn't work, at least not in Chrome, you still have to set the alt-svc: h3=":443"; header for Chrome to use QUIC.
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Set EnableAltSvc registry and check "Require Server Name Indication" on "Edit Site Binding" dialog. Browser will receive AltSvc HTTP/2 protocol message and try to connect over HTTP/3. [Use ASP.NET Core with HTTP/3 on IIS]https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/aspnet/core/host-and-deploy/iis/http3?view=asp...
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