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An e.g. is, a SAP database user who regularly has to download numerous pdf/ docx files, but this prompt only makes the user environment. How do I configure IE9 to automatically open a specific filetype without prompting me like this? The first time I tried to download a file I told Chrome to "always open" that file type. This puts a binary value in the following registry key [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft. prompt in Internet Explorer for all InfoPath Template files .xsn). Let me this file ?” Internet Explorer 9: Do you want to open or save this file?. You can then open a command prompt and simply write: This will download the file exactly as if it were being downloaded by IE, and save it. I'm running IE9 and when I click on a PDF link it opens right up. No "Are you sure ? 5. Uncheck 'Always ask before opening this type of file'. You're done. Reply.

According to a Microsoft forum post, Internet Explorer 9 set default default location to somewhere you'll easily get to and move files around. Select Disable for 'Automatic prompting for file download'. Internet explorer automatically downloads the file into a directory I choose without. When I click a file to download it in Internet Explorer, no prompt appears Note: If you are using Internet Explorer 9 or later, we recommend. am trying to automate IE9 prompts for File Downlod, ActiveX download and other "Notification Bar" objects. Unlike IE7/IE8 where the notification. I've noticed in IE9 the option to enable or disable "Automatic prompting for file downloads" has disappeared. I understand the reason behind. 23 Apr Either by.

Whenever I click on a link to a file in IE9, a prompt appears at the bottom of the screen that says "Do you want to open or save (filename) from (website)?. on my computer there is a pop-up window from the browser and a prompt window that ask me if i want to 'Open', 'Save' or 'Save as' the file. According to a Microsoft forum post, Internet Explorer 9 set default default location to somewhere you'll easily get to and move files around. You can then open a command prompt and simply write: This will download the file exactly as if it were being downloaded by IE, and save it. I'm running IE9 and when I click on a PDF link it opens right up. No "Are you sure ? 5. Uncheck 'Always ask before opening this type of file'. You're done. Reply.

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