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ade(Microsoft Access Project Extension)
adp(Microsoft Access Project)
asx(Windows Media Audio/Video)
bas(Microsoft Visual Basic class module)
cmd(Microsoft Windows NT Command Script)
com(MS-DOS executable file)
cpl(system control file)
hlp(Microsoft Help file)
ins(Internet Naming Service)
isp(Internet Communication Settings)
msc(Microsoft Console Program)
msi(Microsoft Installation Package)
msp(Microsoft Installation Patch
mst(Microsoft Installation Program or Visual Test Source file)
pcd(Photo CD file or Visual compiled script)
prf(Microsoft Outlook Profile file)
scf(Windows Explorer file)
scr(Microsoft Screensaver program)
sct(Windows Script File)
shb(Shell Scrap File)
shs(Shell Scrap Object)
vbe(encoded VBScript file)
vsmacros(Visual Studio .NET binary-based macro project)
vsw(Visio Workspace file)
ws(Windows Script file)
wsc(Windows Script component)
wsf(Windows Script file)
wsh(Windows Scripting Host settings)