Using Firefox 54.0.1 I'm trying to download an install file from a link e.g. from which I have been able to download before. Now Instead of downloading the file to a folder Firefox gives me a screen full of text and symbols. downloads properly with Chrome.
Since I'm responsible for the offending foo,msi and have performed test downloads from time to time over the past few years, I'm puzzled that I have not seen this behavior before. Has there been some change in firefox over the past several years that has prevented it from correctly recognizing .msi files?
When troubleshooting software deployment problems with MSI packages, break your troubleshooting down into two parts: downloading the package and installing the package. First make sure that the download is successful by ensuring that the package reaches the targeted device. If the package is downloaded but the installation is failing, you then focus on why the setup process for the app fails to complete.
Seems version 10.51 just keeps breaking things.....what do I have to "adjust" to get .msi files to bring up the download dialog *without* being forced to use right-click> Save Linked Content As..., so that it downloads correctly by clicking, as it always did in previous versions?...glen
>I've been downloading .msi files (Microsoft Installer Packages) with >Opera for years, just like exe files and zip files....click the link and >the download dialog appears. That is, until I installed Opera version >10.51. Now I click an .msi link and it opens like a text file oin the >Opera browser window.
>Seems version 10.51 just keeps breaking things.....what do I have to >"adjust" to get .msi files to bring up the download dialog *without* >being forced to use right-click> Save Linked Content As..., so that it >downloads correctly by clicking, as it always did in previous versions?
Win XP/SP3. Opera 10.52 Bld 3367: I can confirm the errant behavior. I candownload msi files from other sites without this experience. Mypreferences are set to show download dialog.-- Ed Jay (remove 'M' to reply by email)Win the War Against Breast Cancer.Knowing the facts could save your life.
Indicates that it is an issue with the web site.....let me try another browser....The links work fine in IE7 and in Firefox 3.5.9...only Opera is having a problem with them.....Let me find another .msi download elsewhere.....OK, found one here: =1B286E6D-8912-4E18-B570-42470E2F3582&displaylang=en#filelistWorks fine......so, what is it about this one page's .msi links that don't work with Opera but work with the other browsers?...glen
For IE: under the security setting of the different zones, there is an option to 'Open files based on content, not file extension'. If you set it to 'Disable', it obeys the mime type declared by the server. (However, it still sniffs the mime type, and displays a warnig bar if the detected type does not match what the server said.)I consider it's more safe to treat downloads based on whatever they really are, and not based on what the server says they are, because the server may be compromised or (more often that expected, especially for less frequent file types) missconfigured.Tested just now with the *.MSIs mentioned here in an earlier post.
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Our advisory is simple: if it's not published here on Guru3D.com in the news or download section, then it's not an official public version leaving you at risk, potentially even downloading a vulnerable version at an external website. For that reason alone be very wary if you download MSI Afterburner from an external party. Our distribution is safe, and is the only way for you to know if downloads have not been tampered with, are unstable, or even vulnerable.
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MarcEdit 7.5 has two distinct download options to ensure that users have the options necessary to work within their specific and unique local environments. Please review the options below and select the option that makes the most sense for you and your environment.
The MarcEdit 7 Linux downloader is a self-contained installer utilizing the makeself command. When installing the Linux version of MarcEdit 7, the installer will extract the program into the same directory that you run the installer. Following extraction, the tool will run a script that will create a shortcut on your linux desktop that can then be used to run MarcEdit. If you want to specify a particular target directory, use the -target option when running marcedit7.run. For example:
To run MarcEdit 7, you must have a current version of mono installed. Please see: Mono Download for instructions on how to download the mono runtime. Please note, you must install the mono-complete package. Typically, no other requirements are necessary. For more information, please see the following Youtube video[embedyt] =EfoSt0ll8S0[/embedyt]
To run MarcEdit MacOS 3, you must must be running MacOS 10.12 or greater. As of today, if you want Z39.50 support, you need to download the Yaz library through a service like homebrew. A KB article has been created to walk you through the process of enabling Yaz on various Mac Systems. Please see: MarcEdit Mac: Enabling Z39.50 Support
Most of the agent installation failures are due to improper configuration of Windows Firewall and DCom Settings in the client computers. To configure the Windows Firewall and DCOM Settings and to install the agent, download and run the script as given below
If the browser security settings on the Windows Server instance provide the permissions (for example, to http://*.s3.amazonaws.com), you can use a direct link for your region to download the CodeDeploy agent and then run the installer manually.
If the AWS CLI is installed on the instance, you can use the Amazon S3 cp command to download the CodeDeploy agent and then run the installer manually. For information, see Install the AWS Command Line Interface on Microsoft Windows.
I am able to download the Sophos Connect clients while managing the firewall through Sophos Central. This is from the "VPN > IPsec (remote access)" page. When I do this I get a zip file containing the files
What is Windows Admin Center? How to download and install it on your Windows? If you are looking for the answers to the above questions, you come to the right place. This post from MiniTool introduces details about Windows Admin Center.
The first two are simple: NOT_DANGEROUS means Safe to download and open, even if the download was accidental. No additional warnings are necessary. DANGEROUS means Always warn the user that this file may harm their computer. Let users continue or discard the file. If [SmartScreen or Safe Browsing] returns a SAFE verdict, still warn the user before saving the file.
The third setting, ALLOW_ON_USER_GESTURE1 is more subtle. Such files are potentially dangerous, but likely harmless if the user is familiar with download site and if the download was intentional. Microsoft Edge will allow such downloads to proceed automatically if two conditions are both met:
If you have trouble using one of the links below to download the files to a Windows machine, try right-clicking the link and selecting the "Save target as" or similar option on the pop-up menu. This will allow you to download the file to your computer.
The downloadable files are stored in an InstallShield file. InstallShield uses the Windows Installer service, which comes with all recent versions of Windows. You can simply download our InstallShield installation file by clicking on Calculator.msi (2,135,040 bytes).
After downloading the calculator, install it by executing the downloaded file. The InstallShield dialog boxes will guide you through the installation process. When it is finished, you will have a folder named Calculator with 32 files: anypia32.exe, anypia32.chm, 29 sample files, and a readme file (readme.txt). The default location for the folder is in a folder named SSA, inside your Program Files folder. There will also be an entry in your Start Menu and an alias on your desktop for the benefit calculator. To start the calculator, choose it from the Start Menu, or click the alias on the desktop.
Some people have encountered problems installing the detailed calculator on computers running Windows where the installation file is not allowed to write to the installation directory. If you encounter this problem, download the installation file to your machine as explained in the note above. Then try changing the installation directory from the default C:\Program Files\SSA Benefit Calculator\ to a directory outside of Program Files such as C:\SSA Benefit Calculator\. This works for most people. If this doesn't work for you, contact us using the link below.
The downloadable files are stored in a self-extracting archive. The 2023.1 version of the calculator and data, updated through 2022, is in the Anypia.dmg disk image file. Click on Anypia.dmg (10,306,965 bytes) to download the Mac OS version.
As of Revu 20, there is only one package (Deployment Files MSI for Revu 20) available for download from our Enterprise Deployment page. This package works for both updating Revu and performing a full installation. 781b155fdc