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Having written my last blog entry, I noticed that IIS won't serve the attached kmz file that stores the Google Earth location data.
It appears that the outcome of Microsoft's Secure Development Lifecycle (SDL) hit me, especially Secure by Default, as IIS won't serve files of unknown content type: IIS responds with a HTTP/404 Not Found error and blocks access to those files. You will have to add a content-type mapping using the IIS MMC add-in to permit serving such files.
There's no way of disabling MIME type blocking in IIS 6.0. Instead of defining content types on a file-extension basis, you may add a new MIME type for files of extension * with a type of application/octet-stream. This will provide a default MIME type for all files that don't have one and bypass the blocking.
Now playing: Anathema - Judgement - Make it right (F.F.S.)
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