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#1: error downloading files through https

Posted on 2008-04-18 11:21:19 by sparnar

i have a problem with a web app running on iis through https.

i use a telerik grid on some of the pages. when using IE i cannot
export to excel(.xls)/word(.doc). When i use any other browser
(navigator, firefox, opera), the excel export saves a .doc file, and
the word export seems to be working fine.

in our testing environment (http, not https) everything works the way
it should in all browsers.

if anyone has an idea what kind of setting might be affecting this,
please let me know.

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#2: Re: error downloading files through https

Posted on 2008-04-18 18:05:58 by Ken Schaefer

Could be IE's "Do not save encrypted files to disk" option? In that case
(which mostly seems to affect PDFs), the file isn't persisted to disk, so
can't always be opened by the other program. A way to get around it is to
ensure you have the correct MIME types set or have the user manually save
(right-click - save as) the file to disk first.

Cheers
Ken


<sparnar@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:a8b101cc-8977-4f4b-b94d-e69c4e07f8a9@59g2000hsb.googleg roups.com...
>i have a problem with a web app running on iis through https.
>
> i use a telerik grid on some of the pages. when using IE i cannot
> export to excel(.xls)/word(.doc). When i use any other browser
> (navigator, firefox, opera), the excel export saves a .doc file, and
> the word export seems to be working fine.
>
> in our testing environment (http, not https) everything works the way
> it should in all browsers.
>
> if anyone has an idea what kind of setting might be affecting this,
> please let me know.

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