IIS does not have a MIME type set up for woffs. I don' t like this, it throws errors like this one:
GET http://localhost/fonts/glyphicons-halflings-regular.woff 404 (Not Found)
To fix this, add a MIME type for
Don't just add
application/x-woff or you'll get Chrome nagging you about resources interpreted as fonts but transferred with MIME types of application/x-woff.