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CONFIGURE TYPE

Applies To: Application Virtualization

Enables the user to change settings for a file type association.

SFTMIME CONFIGURE TYPE:file-extension [/GLOBAL] [/APP application] [/ICON icon-pathname] [/DESCRIPTION type-desc] [/CONTENT-TYPE content-type] [/PERCEIVED-TYPE perceived-type] [/PROGID progid] [/CONFIRMOPEN {YES|NO}] [/SHOWEXT {YES|NO}] [/NEWMENU {YES|NO}] [/LOG log-pathname | /CONSOLE | /GUI]

 

Parameter Description

TYPE:<file-extension>

The file name extension to be configured.

/APP <application>

The name and version (optional) of the application to associate this file type with. Cannot be specified with PROGID.

/ICON <icon-pathname>

The path or URL for the icon file.

/DESCRIPTION <type-desc>

The user-friendly name for the file type.

/CONTENT-TYPE <content-type>

The content type of the file.

/GLOBAL

If present, indicates that the association that applies to all users should be edited, not the user-specific one.

/PERCEIVED-TYPE <perceived-type>

The perceived type of the file.

/PROGID <progid>

Indicates that the extension should be associated with a different file type. The previous file type is not deleted. Cannot be specified with APP, ICON, DESCRIPTION, CONFIRMOPEN, or SHOWEXT.

/CONFIRMOPEN

Indicates whether users downloading a file of this type should be asked whether to open or save the file.

/SHOWEXT

Indicates whether the file's extension should always be shown, even if the user has requested that all extensions be hidden.

/NEWMENU

Indicates whether an entry should be added to the shell's New menu.

/LOG

If specified, output is logged to the specified path name.

/CONSOLE

If specified, output is presented in the active console window (default).

/GUI

If specified, output is presented in a Windows dialog box.

For version 4.6, the following option has been added.

 

/LOGU

If specified, output is logged to the specified path name in UNICODE format.

See Also

Other Resources

SFTMIME Command Reference

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