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    Member ThePhoenix2006's Avatar
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    Hey everyone,

    Does anyone know a way to run an exe file stored on a CD with an HTML interface that will run programs but without spitting the prompt "Save to Disk" or "Open" just want it to run?

    Anything you can point out would be greatly appreciated.

    THANKS!
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    You certainly can't for obvious security reasons. You can, however, make an autorun.inf that launches the program you want when the user inserts the CD.
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    it should if it's auto run

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    Windows wont let you run a exe from html. It will give the open/run dialogue box. Only way I know is via an autorun file that executes the .exe
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