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Client program invocation via Browser

Posted on 2006-07-18
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Is there any means to invoke the client side DLL, or .bat file via Web Browser without using ActiveX or Applet.

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If it is for an intranet of sorts.and you know where the file is going to be located you could just use an href for the user to click...other than that, I cant help
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understood.
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