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The full url without the HTTP is

//222.222.222.22/nX/docViewFrame.asp?ID=1234&RepoType=corporate&DocName=client0003_Randomization_p&DocType=rep&aBob=client3&aCyp=5B1234567890')

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I am trying to open the following URL:

Run('explorer Http://222.222.222.22/nX/docViewFrame.asp?...234567890')

Instead of the page opening I get a windows error msg that says:

The path '5B1234567890' does not exist or is not a directory.

Any Ideas??

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Did you mean to open this URL with explorer or did you mean to use iexplore?

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Did you mean to open this URL with explorer or did you mean to use iexplore?

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Good Point.

:(

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Good Point.

:(

JS

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...but it is a real question

run ("explorer /e,http://www.cnn.com/")

works for me... but I'm not sure if it works on all systems.

I've stayed out of the "open in default browser" posts because I'm not sure what is happening. Perhaps the URL is passed to explorer as something to execute and then passed to the OS for a browser. More info is here:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?...b;EN-US;q152457

Edit: played with this some more - it does not handle complex URLs like:

support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q152457

@zasxes

I would suggest that you search the forum for "default browser" and pick one of the many methods others have used.....................later

Edited by herewasplato

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