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I am using Coldfusion 11 with IIS 8 on windows 2012 R2 server.

I would like to configure IIS 8 to tell coldfusion to process .htm files as though they were .cfm files.

I have made the appropriate changes to the coldfusion config files, but am unable to find how to make the changes in IIS 8.  

In short, I need to modify IIS 8 to have it process .htm files the same way it processes .cfm files.

Thanks!
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Adobe support directed me to this document.  However, the item where changes are made to IIS is outdated here (i have IIS 8).   In my case, no changes to IIS were needed so this step could be skipped.  My issue was a simple type-o in one of the two CF configuration files.

http://helpx.adobe.com/coldfusion/kb/render-html-pages-using-coldfusion.html
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