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I was about to go and re-tag all the 12 ccnet tags to cruisecontrol.net and I got a page not found error on ccnet.config! Gasp! The horror!

Could someone then retag the lowly [ccnet.config] to [ccnet-config]? D: Wait... I can do this!

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This is a known issue- their iis7 configuration flat out refuses to serve anything that looks like a config file. I don't have the link handy for the original, but I'm declining as 'dupe'. –  Joel Coehoorn Oct 2 '09 at 17:13
    
Re-opening to edit as a retag-request. –  Joel Coehoorn Oct 2 '09 at 17:16
    
Related: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/12092/… –  Brad Gilbert Oct 2 '09 at 17:20

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Copy of my answer here:http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/2850/the-great-tagging-reorg/2930#2930

[web.config] => [web-config]
[app.config] => [app-config]
[ccnet.config] => [ccnet-config]
[machine.config] => [machine-config]
[user.config] => [user-config]

There was a uservoice request about these tags noting that IIS refuses to serve anything that ends in .config.

An example: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/web.config

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