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Sharepoint 2013 - Run a batch file or VBS file

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We have an internal Intranet site.  We have lots of batch files for end users to remove icons, add icons, install acrobat, etc.

We are in the process of setting up a Sharepoint 2013 intranet site and would like to be able to put these batch files in Sharepoint.. I changed the allow extensions to accept .bat and .cmd, I uploaded a simple batch file.  When I click on it instead of asking me to run is only allows me to save.

On our current intranet site we use .cmd to launch Crystal Reports in a viewer, when you click on it you can select Run.

I have tried adding .bat mime type to the Shaepoint IIS site and set security in IE to Intranet but I still get the save only dialog box.

Any way to change it or make it simpler? I dont want users downloading batch files then having to run them.
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Haresh Nikumbh earned 2000 total points
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you have to set browser file handling permissive.

please refer below link how to set browser file handing in share point 2013

Browser file permissive
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Thank you!
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