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Infopath 2010 form need to open forcefully in browser only

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Hi

I have designed the infopath form with following settings

Central admin
Allow users to browser-enable form templates -checkbox selected
Render form templates that are browser-enabled by users -checkbox selected

Library settings
Open in the browser -checkbox delected

ForAction/compatibility
Web browser form

On my machine Infopah form Client is also installed.
Currently form is opening in infopath form client.

I want to open the form default in browser evenif infopath form client is Installed.

Could anybody please help me.

Thanks
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Question by:PramodSharePoint
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Hi All,
 

I solved the issue, it was just URL need to fix to open and update same item in browser I used url as,
 
http://Server/site/_layouts/FormServer.aspx?XmlLocation=Server/site/Formlibrary[%CurrentItem:Name%].xml&ClientInstalled=true&Source=http://Server/Site/Formlibrary%2FForms%2FAllItems2Easpx&DefaultItemOpen=1
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