There is still one last step before it is
ready - setting up IIS.
The reason we have to set up IIS is because
we specified in web.config to response to *.gmt files and in order for
it to do that, the ASP.NET worker process must be sent all requests for *.gmt
files and the only way to do that is through IIS.
(Click the images for a larger version)
First in the web or virtual directory
properties. Go to the Configuration.
Next, click to add a new mapping.
On this dialog, set the Executable to
the aspnet_isapi.dll file in the .NET folder (you can just copy this from
another .NET extension).
Then set the Extension to whatever you set in web.config (here it's
I unchecked Check that file exists so I wouldn't have to create any new
Now that that's complete, load up Mozilla and
go to something like - http://localhost/something.gmt. If you also unchecked
Check that file exists then you won't have to create any new files in
order to browse there.