[Reason: WIN2003 enhanced the MIME verification of IIS6 and all unregistered extension file formats showed 404 errors. Manually add the MIME mapping relationship in the header->MIME in IIS MIME type: video/x-flv extension: .flv you can use Flash7+ client Load to play in]
[Solution to\u0026ldquo;Virtual Host Does not support Flv format file' problem: For example if your Flv file name is a.flv create a directory named 'a.flv' on the virtual host and put your Flv format file in this directory. Change the name to: index.htm so that's it the file name in the player remains unchanged]
1. Change the extension flv to swf to play.
2. Solve the problem of 'Virtual hosts do not support Flv format files': For example if your Flv file name is a.flv create a directory named 'a.flv' on the virtual host Put your Flv format file in this directory and rename it to index.htm so that's it the file name in the player remains unchanged so that's it.
3 find the server administrator add FLV file type output support.
Open the IIS manager-select website properties-that is where you can set the host header as well as the security directory header custom error service. After you see this you can choose the header so you can see it A MIME type and then you click the type create a new type extension name is. FLV type is flv-application/octet-stream or video/x-flv.?Common Security Strategies of WIN2003 Server?