406 Client browser (IE10) does not accept the MIME type of the requested page

Running a web application I get a 406 Client browser does not accept the MIME type of the requested page when I try to open a crystal report.

I am running IIS 7 and IE 10. I am logging in to SSL protected application I go to run a report which works fine but when I got to view the report I get the above message. What might be the cause of this error?

Thanks in advance.
CervisTECHAsked:
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mlmccCommented:
What version of Crystal?
Most are not compatible with IIS7.

Have you tried running IE10 in compatibility mode?

mlmcc
CervisTECHAuthor Commented:
SAP Crytal Report runtime engine for .NET Framework v13.0.0.612

I've also tried to view the reports from IE 10 & 11 with same results.
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mlmccCommented:
What is the web application?

Have you spoken with the support for the application?

mlmcc
CervisTECHAuthor Commented:
I have resolved the issue:

The browser is expecting the MIME type for ‘crystalreportviewers/promptengine-compressed.js’ file as
‘application/x-javascript, text/javascript’.

But in IIS, at Default Web Site/Application (Application) level the MIME type for .js file is application/javascript.
Once I made the change I was able to see reports.

Thanks!

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CervisTECHAuthor Commented:
Had to change the MIME type for .js from application/javascript to application/x-javascript for the Default Web Site Application.

Thanks
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