IIS File Downloading

Posted on 1999-06-29
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Last Modified: 2010-05-18
I've got a web server loaded with NT IIS 4.0. It does not allow me to download files from any of the webpages. It say's 'Receiving File Header'
Question by:gfactor

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seron earned 400 total points
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check the Mime types for the files you are trying to download.

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This question was awarded, but never cleared due to the JSP-500 errors of that time.  It was "stuck" against userID -1 versus the intended expert whom you awarded.  This is a manual correction, so that the expert will now receive the points you awarded, and I have verified that you were not charged points again for this adjustment.  
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