See: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2678934 Reply jesse says: March 12, 2014 at 8:52 am thanks luca. Note the change from 3 to 4. Retrying the download will allow it to complete successfully. Though it seems unrelated, it was the cause of the issue. have a peek here
Maybe this was alluded to earlier, but was not spelled out for my slow brain. I am trying to disable the open/ save prompt when I open xml templates displayed as a word document. Robert Aldwinckle --- Thursday, February 05, 2015 5:00 AM Reply | Quote Answerer 2 Sign in to vote Fixed the issue by removing IE from Windows Components and deleting "%AppData%\..\Local\Microsoft\Internet Explorer" Is there a different handling in .rtf files? https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/ie/en-US/93c4f545-66ed-4372-bc53-3dea51d5479e/how-do-i-stop-ie-11-from-renaming-downloads?forum=ieitprocurrentver
If I do find a way myself before an answer is give I will post it. As soon as I killed MSIEXEC, downloads worked properly. I have also added this as an update in the article.
Isn't this a security risk? I should note that other browsers (e.g., Firefox, Chrome, Opera) don’t have the same issue. I have found the file format in the mentioned way; and for Adobe XI, it is AcroExch.Document.11. Ie11 Disable Download Prompt M Whipps Tuesday, April 22, 2014 4:07 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote I've found that there is a very specific cause for this.
How to disable the "do you want to open or save this file?" prompt The following solution is for InfoPath Template files. Internet Explorer File Extension Underscore OK × Self Service Tools Knowledge Base My SonicWall Product Support Professional Services Software Downloads Technical Documentation Training and Certification Video Tutorials Product(s): SonicWALL NSA Series 5000, 4500, 3500, 2400, 240 Required fields are marked *Comment See below before pressing the SUBMIT button!Name * Email * Website IMPORTANT! http://superuser.com/questions/745382/ie10-downloading-files-has-exe-become-exe If you have an anti-virus software installed, well and good.
The strings IE returns look like Ruby/Python or some other web language. Save Files Instead Of Opening Them In Internet Explorer Does the name of my binary value ".tsv=tsvfile" or "tsvfile" only? I'm a palindrome. System.ExpandoProperties contains the "originURL" property which is populated with the URL.
Links to PDF, etc, now work as expected. Compatibility Internet Explorer compatibility cookbook Browser features and compatibility changes Browser features and compatibility changes Customizing the download experience Customizing the download experience Customizing the download experience ASP.NET fails to detect Internet Explorer Removes File Extension This seems like the most logical resolution but it appears Explorer does not have the option. Internet Explorer Rename Downloaded Files The “Data” listed for the (Default) value should be what you want to use to auto open a file.
As such, a download for foo.exe becomes foo_exe. Thank you, Rene Reply Luca Sturlese says: August 17, 2014 at 10:23 pm Hi Rene, The other thing you could try is the comment from Benjamin. Please try the request again. In fact, add a few other masks to make the filter apply to the files commonly used to run scripts, as well (because you probably don't want the users to run The Dot In Download Filenames Always Gets Changed To An Underline
Reply Sonny Burnett says: September 26, 2015 at 1:24 am I have a end-user on Windows 7 64-bit, IE 11 that no matter what the link points to, it never prompts This helps the community, keeps the forums tidy, and recognises useful contributions. you also need the EditFlags hex 00 00 01 00 as mentioned by Roy B. Check This Out They should help you.
asked 3 years ago viewed 59845 times active 7 months ago Blog Stack Overflow Podcast #101 - Matt Mullenweg on Open Source, Blogs, and Beyoncé Visit Chat Linked 72 How do Block Executables From Running In Temporary Internet Files. Reply Luca Sturlese says: May 18, 2014 at 3:04 pm Hi Mukul, What are you trying to download when you get the prompt? Read more...
I figured it out ... Dev centers Windows Office Visual Studio Microsoft Azure More... I tried to change the registry as told by you and relaunched Internet Explorer. Internet Explorer 11 Open Save Dialog Box Settings the name of the reg file created on IE8 for csv files is "Excel.Sheet.8" i used that name for my computer with IE11 but im still getting the prompt… the only
I just wanted to add this post since it was a solution in my case. This will be an issue. Reply Luca Sturlese says: July 12, 2013 at 10:47 am Hi Kevin, Actually you are right… there is supposed to be a dot between solution and the digit (so InfoPath.Solution.3 or What could be the problem?
Nor is it a common refrain here in the forums. File extensions don't get renamed, login sessions survive closing the browser or rebooting. Reply Ad says: March 30, 2016 at 6:12 pm How about deleting this entire string, nothing works and hasn't for anyone who has tried it recently. This increases confidence that the application comes from a trusted source.
MurrayM Whipps Monday, January 26, 2015 4:19 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote IE 11 also returns command strings, not the download, on some sites. Thanks Luca Reply Doreen says: March 12, 2014 at 7:29 am We've hit this issue with Windows 8.1 and IE11 and have not been able to get around it using the We only use Microsoft Security Essentials and the machines are scanned nightly. Reply Luca Sturlese says: June 23, 2016 at 8:07 pm Hi Kate, The best way to achieve what you are after would be to use Group Policy.
Win32 applications can get the URL of the downloaded file in 2 ways: Applications can include %U in their shell command as in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Applications\
Reply Luca Sturlese says: August 8, 2015 at 8:27 am Hi Balaji, Have you tried the solutions above? BTW for Flash Adobe was just offering me .MSU files which probably would not produce the symptom. Your usual reply "turn it off and on again" cannot fix this issue. What does this solution exactly do? "Disabling" doesn't say what is outcome for this change… After disabling the file is opened or saved automatically?
I have a 64 bit Running IE9. Thank you, Rene Reply Luca Sturlese says: August 17, 2014 at 10:14 pm Hi Rene, Please see the "How to disable the prompt for other file types" section of the article, Also, what version of windows are you running? The download options meta tag (supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 and later).
Reply Martin says: December 24, 2015 at 3:19 am Win 7, IE 11.9.9600 None of these options work 🙁 Reply Kallil says: January 22, 2016 at 12:53 am I´ve been looking