Access Remote Files with iexplore.exeCommented on: 9 years ago
(July 9, 2007)
If you look closely at the article, you'll see that this is about IE 6. If you're still running IE6 on Windows XP, it will work as written. Since IE7, you have to do it with a third party.
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