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HOW TO DOWNLOAD FROM APACHE SERVER?

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Hi There,
I have some files on my server...(see below of example) I just want to know how i can download those files? When i goto "save-as" it attempts to save it as a .html file and not the actual folder or filename??

Index of /a/aaaa
 Name                    Last modified       Size  Description
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 Parent Directory        16-Jan-2004 19:10      -  
Folder Called A          16-Jan-2004 19:10      -  


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its true,

so simply you cannot download the folders, but u can download files

just right click on the required file, and say "Save Target As.."
then provide appropriate file extension with "Save As Type"--->"ALL"

for ur information,
you can download image file, js, css, html files.
but script files like jsp,asp cannot be downloaded as they are, only the html part if any in this file will be downloaded.

regards,
vikrant

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by:rtidrtid
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Is there an external client which can download the files instead? Something like Download Accelerator?
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by:jhshukla
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why don't you use an ftp mechanism?
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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You can do it if you just add the site to My Network Places.  Then just click on the folder and Copy Folder.

Jeff
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