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I am trying to move a legacy app to iis7. I have found hundreds of posts on how to setup mime types, but not one on what exaclty the mime type for .ashx is.

Also, I don't understand how aspx is being served by iis7 and it does not list it as a mime type. I check the iis6 box the legacy code is coming from (where it works), and there is not one single mime type listed at all.

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Have you actually enabled ASP.NET / .NET Framework? (It's in "Features" on the Server Manager Page)

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Yes, 3.5.1 is installed and enabled under features. Is this 4.x ? This site is currently serving up aspx and asmx (wcf also installed). I don't get how the mime tipes for those are not listed. –  Roger Guess May 22 '12 at 15:45
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The MIME type is not listed because this is not a filetype which gets "served" directly. Only types of files which get served directly from the filesystem to the client are listed. (like .jpg) You should find .aspx and .ashx on "Handler Mappings" in IIS7 –  MichelZ May 22 '12 at 15:53
    
Have you added ASP.NET in the IIS Server Role? (Server Manager -> Roles -> Web Server (IIS) -> Add Role Services -> ASP.NET) –  MichelZ May 22 '12 at 15:59
    
Ok, see them, and they all appear to be setup and enabled (6 of them for .ashx). So I guess my problem is actualy why are they not being served. Fiddler shows the server is not responding for any .ashx request. –  Roger Guess May 22 '12 at 16:02
    
What does your browser show when you hit an ASHX page? IIS should at least respond to the request with an error... ? –  MichelZ May 22 '12 at 16:07

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