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      Add media types and extensions to support ClickOnce apps. · bdfd714b
      Charles Plessy authored
      http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms228998.aspx
      
      Using Third-Party Web Servers
      
      If you are deploying a ClickOnce application from a Web server other than IIS,
      you may experience a problem if the server is returning the incorrect content
      type for key ClickOnce files, such as the deployment manifest and application
      manifest. To resolve this problem, see your Web server's Help documentation
      about how to add new content types to the server, and make sure that all the
      file name extension mappings listed in the following table are in place.
      
      File name extension	Content type
      .application		application/x-ms-application
      .manifest		application/x-ms-manifest
      .deploy			application/octet-stream
      .msu			application/octet-stream
      .msp			application/octet-stream
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