Microsoft IIS

For this setup the MIME type is installed for a specific web site, however the MIME type can also be installed at the server level so that all sites will recognize the MIME type.

Any website or path can be used, but these instructions will use the default website. Select the default web site, and then open MIME types. If you have control of the server, you can also add the MIME types at the server level so that all sites will have them.

Note: If you are unable to perform these steps, please see No MIME Types Option? later in this document.

Select Add.

Add .iwml as shown below and click OK.

No MIME Types Option?

On a Windows Server:

  1. Start -> Administrative Tools -> Server Manager.
  2. Select Web Server under Roles.
  3. Third option down is Static Content under Common Http Features.
  4. Install it.

On other Windows (7, 8, 10, etc):

  1. Start -> Control Panel -> Turn Windows Features On or Off.
  2. Enable Internet Information Services-> World Wide Web Services-> Common HTTP Features -> Static Content.
  3. Restart the IIS Manager and the option to change MIME Types should appear.

Repeat for ACORN

Using the same steps above, add .nut and text/acorn.