How do I force the download dialog box to appear in IE6 (maybe other versions) when downloading a ".dwg file" from my .aspx page. The downloads themselves are working - but no dialog box. IE7 and Firefox however work fine. I have tried placing a Content-disposition: statement onto the page but this seems to work only for a specified file (also I suspect I did not structure it properly). I have many .dwg files on the page and need the download dialog box to appear every time any of them are clicked.
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I recently found myself in a Corporate Situation where the client had requested blocking access to any and all websites except his own Domain? Easy?
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