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25 Mar 2008 Ever wanted to add a custom mime type to your Web server? I ran into this issue the other day when I tried to serve up .mp4 files from my Web server and duh, I got this error: 404.3 error - mime type missing! Why does IIS block requests for unknown mime types? Well, unlike some web servers, we believe it
In the Connections pane, go to the site, application, or directory for which you want to add a MIME type. In the Home pane, double-click MIME Types. In the MIME Types pane, click Add in the Actions pane. In the Add MIME Type dialog box, add the file name extension and MIME type, and then click OK.
9 Jan 2013 As a workaround I have tried to change the MIME type in IIS7 for PDFs to application/octet-stream and also tried x-application/attachment to force IE and please add me to the list of people complaining about this. requiring all users to download an update from adobe to fix this is beyond ridiculous.
23 Apr 2010 To add these MIME types to your IIS server, you can: Manually add them by using the IIS Manager. For more information, see Configuring MIME Types in IIS 7 and Above. Update your web.config file as discussed in Bill Staple's blog post How to add mime types with IIS7 Web.config. Use the script included in this article.
This page contains a comprehensive list of commonly used MIME types and their corresponding file extensions. application/x-navi-animation .aos, application/x-nokia-9000-communicator-add-on-software .aps, application/mime .arc, application/octet-stream .arj, application/arj .arj, application/octet-stream .art, image/x-jg.
You can configure MIME types using a web.config file if you are running IIS 7.0. For more information, see Modifying or Adding Custom MIME Types to Windows Hosting Accounts. If your account is running IIS 6.0, contact customer service to have additional MIME types added. Note that only application/octet-stream MIME
On IIS <7: Open the site (or server) properties. Click on the HTTP-Header tab. Click on the MIME Types button. Add the file type * with the MIME type "application/octet-stream".
20 Apr 2010 If mime types have not been configured in IIS, all existing attachments that have been uploaded via serviceportal/webdesk will not be stored in the database with a valid mime type. This will mean that when an attachment is opened through WebDesk/ServicePortal you will receive an error saying it does not
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