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iOS, OS X, and Android app developer.


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comment OS X determine which application is accessing a HDD and preventing ejection?
Just some shared folders, but I know that all the clients on the network had ejected those shares and the entire server.
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accepted OS X determine which application is accessing a HDD and preventing ejection?
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asked OS X determine which application is accessing a HDD and preventing ejection?
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accepted IIS6/7 Doesn't enable HTTP Response Headers for content expiration/caching by default?
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comment IIS6/7 Doesn't enable HTTP Response Headers for content expiration/caching by default?
In my tests it appears that without content expiration enabled on the server FF, IE, Chrome all don't cache and request all resources every page load.
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asked IIS6/7 Doesn't enable HTTP Response Headers for content expiration/caching by default?
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accepted OWA (Outlook Web Access) won't give user a link to attached document. Gives “Open as Web Page”
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answered OWA (Outlook Web Access) won't give user a link to attached document. Gives “Open as Web Page”
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comment OWA (Outlook Web Access) won't give user a link to attached document. Gives “Open as Web Page”
Yes I was finally able to get the admins to check and it was because some one had set it this way. The fun part is they don't know who or why so I'm still trying to get them to change it.
Apr
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comment OWA (Outlook Web Access) won't give user a link to attached document. Gives “Open as Web Page”
Well generally everyone at this company doesn't have a clue about their IT job, so if I don't know exactly what to tell them to do to make a change they won't be able to do it.
Apr
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comment OWA (Outlook Web Access) won't give user a link to attached document. Gives “Open as Web Page”
Just found the about and its says "Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007"
Apr
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comment OWA (Outlook Web Access) won't give user a link to attached document. Gives “Open as Web Page”
I am not sure. I'm not the admin, I'm just trying to find out what's wrong so I can tell them what exactly to do to fix it. Since without that they will brush it off and do nothing. Any way to tell which version just from the OWA portal? IE 7 is the browser users are using.
Apr
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comment OWA (Outlook Web Access) won't give user a link to attached document. Gives “Open as Web Page”
I just posted a complete screen shot of my OWA site, and it looks quite different from yours. I've tried right clicking and save as but its not treating the file name as a link (like yours does). It doesn't even pop up a context menu when I right click.
Apr
28
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