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QuestionHow do you debug a single ASPX file? Pin
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QuestionHow to open an existing excel file (not in the browser) in a new window from ASP.NET 3.5 with C# Pin
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dusty_dex20-Mar-13 9:52
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Where do you expect the excel file to run? On the server side?

Remote launching of apps at the client end is possible, but I doubt that you can do this directly (see below) from web server code. Also presumes they have Office installed on the remote machine.

Remote execution needs to be enabled/allowed at the far end.
"It's true that hard work never killed anyone. But I figure, why take the chance." - Ronald Reagan

That's what machines are for.

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Sleep on it.

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QuestionASP.NET EXPORT TO EXCEL Pin
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QuestionMaintaining Variables Pin
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QuestionMVC 4 and WebForm Application: # symbol is appearing in URL Pin
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QuestionBAT FILE NOT GIVING PROPER RETURN VALUE in TXT file Pin
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