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I have created a web page with a <iframe> which points to a directory. By default, it displays the files in the Large Icons view.  How do you define this as I what it to be in the Details View?
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I don't think you can do this; the default directory view is browser- and computer-dependent.

If you want to specify the look of the iframe, I would build an index.html or default.html document exactly how you want it to look and place it in the directory instead. You can build this document in ASP or some other server-side scripting language so that it auto-updates with the latest files in that directory.
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