launched and checked that the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER \Software\Microsoft\Windows\Shell\AttachmentExecute does. In Windows 7 (also Win!!!!!), there is not the key AttachmentExecute by default. For this reason, Checkbox for “always ask before opening this. When you use Windows7 or newer, the Always ask before opening \Shell\ AttachmentExecute\{DFC}.

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From Kenocrates — Or you could simply disable the prompt from the download manager.

Re-enable Always Ask Before Opening this Type of File Check Box in Windows

You can also access Folder Options in the Control Panel. These are a series of steps from jputnam which show you how to find the relevant keys you need.

Can some one help me with it please? Outlook Suggestion Box UserVoice. Windows Registry Editor Version 5. The addon is enabled, but before the pdf will be shown, you have to choose between open, save and saveas. In reply to thatsnotme’s post on December 11, Proposed as answer attachmentxeecute Fahadking07 Wednesday, October 1, 2: Do you have any more recent information on how to achieve this?

In your case, you will need to evaluate risk vs reward and determine what is wjndows acceptable level of risk for your environment. Look for that name under Classes. There is my original solution in the article and then there are a few other suggestions from other posters about how to fix this.

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This thread’s been very helpful to me, and I’ve been able to use the information in it to suppress the initial prompt when trying to open a Word document from our corporate network, but I’m still receiving a prompt at the bottom of the screen, asking users to save the document.

Test page for IE9 File Open prompt

Sometimes it gives a prompt like this:. The following solution is for InfoPath Template files. Dave Monday, Attachhmentexecute 29, 3: I am using Windows-8 bitInternet Explorer 10 and Office Sometimes, when you download a file from the internet, a File Download dialog box displays, asking whether you want to open the file or save the file to disk.

Here is the excerpt from the section:.

Scripting your Batch File Create a new batch file for example: Windows Registry Editor Version 5. Thanks a lot Luca!!! From here you can then check the registry key generated by the system and use this on your IE10 PC. Because of this, I have now stopped using Internet Explorer and have completely switched over to Google Chrome. Or you qindows simply disable the prompt from the download attxchmentexecute.

If I do find a way myself before an answer is give I will post it.

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Internet Explorer: Disable “Do you want to open or save this file?” download prompt | 9to5IT

How do I configure IE9 to automatically open a specific filetype without prompting me like this? It help me a lot. I also tried to create dword values,also tried with AcroPDF.

Delete the values for the file types you want to display the dialog. We have lots of user complaining about this problem.

How do I tell IE9 to always open a certain filetype without asking me – Microsoft Community

Tuesday, September 30, 8: The NewDeleteChangeand Advanced buttons are not available in limited user accounts. If still no joy Could you show a screenshot of what the new key looks like in the regedit? I have tried assoc.

In this case it queries the full path needed for. Getting the right key that needs to be set is another matter entirely. If you remove the tick from “Always ask before opening this type of file” then next time you download this type of file, the window will not attavhmentexecute anymore and the file will download and open automatically. If this is not appearing for you for common files then check: