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I am executing the following code and on my client box, my dev IIS server, qa server, and prod server;  the output file is being written to C:\Windows\System32 folder.  Why?   A dialog screen pops up and I save the file on the C Drive of all the locations but it still appears in the System32 folder.

        Dim filePath As String = ArrayToFile
        Response.AddHeader("Content-Disposition", "attachment; filename=" & filePath)
        Response.ContentType = "application\ocstream"
        Response.End()
       
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What is the value of ArrayToFile?



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