miniprofiler on mvc4 resources route returns 404

I'm trying to set up miniprofiler, miniprofiler.mvc3 and miniprofiler.ef from nuget and on an mvc4 installation, targeting .net 4.0

It registered the route /mini-profiler-resources/{resourceName}, and this route shows up in when i use routedebugger. But, all requests to this route come back as 404s. Am I out of luck because I'm running mvc4 or is this something weird?

<package id="MiniProfiler" version="2.0.2" targetFramework="net40" /> <package id="MiniProfiler.EF" version="2.0.3" targetFramework="net40" /> <package id="MiniProfiler.MVC3" version="2.0.2" targetFramework="net40" />

From routedebugger (sorry about the formatting imagine it's a table!)

All Routes Matches Current Request Url Defaults Constraints DataTokens False mini-profiler-resources/{filename} controller = MiniProfilerHandler, action = ProcessRequest controller = MiniProfilerHandler, action = ProcessRequest (null)


Just in case you haven't resolved this yet and for anyone else landing here... I had a similar issue (specifically /mini-profiler-resources/jquery.1.7.1.js?v=6cJT7lsVkH6SxAlFpQstk1/AgtUwMUApXN3pviVvaRE=) and found the following related thread, which fixed my problem.

Running MiniProfiler with runAllManagedModulesForAllRequests set to false

    <add name="MiniProfiler" path="mini-profiler-resources/*" verb="*" type="System.Web.Routing.UrlRoutingModule" resourceType="Unspecified" preCondition="integratedMode" />

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