I have a website which uses Crystal Reports to generate an excel spreadsheet. The user clicks on a link that opens the report. If the user saves the report there are no issues. If the user opens the report the user sees their data. If the user decides to click on "Enable Editing" the spreadsheet then will then display the login page of the website for them to login.
If they save to their machine then click enable the permission to edit the file is handled locally and they have permission to write to the location of the file. However if they open it from the website
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