IIS and those pesky Flash files

Doesn’t it drive you mad when you set up an IIS server in Windows and you forget to add Flash files to the MIME types? You end up debugging what you think is some scripting problem only to remember about 2 hours later that IIS’s file support out-of-the box leaves a lot to be desired.

Well, I can’t stop you or me not wasting time, but I thought that I’d collect up file types here for reference:

Extension: .flv
Content type: video/x-flv

Extension: .7z
Content type: application/x-7z-compressed

WIM – Windows Image File
Extension: wim
Content type: application/octet-stream