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    Unhappy How to create file on client's machine?

    Hy,

    Can any one help me on how can I
    copy file on clients machine without
    prompting?

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    Can't be done. Think about it. Would you want someone -- anyone -- to copy a file onto your hard drive without you knowing about it? That's exactly what you're asking for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinyl-junkie View Post
    Can't be done. Think about it. Would you want someone -- anyone -- to copy a file onto your hard drive without you knowing about it? That's exactly what you're asking for.
    thanks for reply

    If I want to do such a thing on intranet..Do I need identity impersonate
    to edit?

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    It doesn't matter whether you are on an internet or the internet. It still can't be done.
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    The only way on an intranet would be to have the process on the server connect to a UNC share on the client computer. But even then, you'd need all that setup. There is no way to do it that the browser provides.
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