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This is my first program using IE, so I am having problems understanding it and using it. What I want to do is find the old file and increase the file by 1 and then download the file from the website. My problem is that when it goes out and gets the file, it asks if I want to run, save or cancel the file. Is there a way to just bypass it and tell it to get the file and put it in this location?

I have been through the help index on the PC, but where do I find more information about IE stuff?

Thanks for any help.

;This finds the current file.
$ide = FileFindFirstFile("C:\fun\sophos_def_update\*_ides.exe")
$ide = FileFindNextFile($ide)
FileClose($ide) 

;This should download the newest file.
$num = String($ide)
$num = StringTrimRight ($num,9)
$num = StringFormat($num) +1
_IECreate("http://www.sophos.com/downloads/ide/"&$num&"_ides.exe",0,0,1,-1);this downloads the file.
;I want it to download to a location.

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;This finds the current file.
$ide = FileFindFirstFile("C:\fun\sophos_def_update\*_ides.exe")
$ide = FileFindNextFile($ide)
FileClose($ide) 

;This should download the newest file.
$num = StringFormat(StringTrimRight (String($ide),9))+1
InetGet ("http://www.sophos.com/downloads/ide/"&$num&"_ides.exe","C:\fun\sophos_def_update\"&$num&"_ides.exe")
;I want it to download to a location.

Edited by Das Ami

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Use InetGet function for download file.

InetGet

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Downloads a file from the internet using the http or ftp protocol.

InetGet ( "URL" [,"filename" [, reload [, background]]] )

Edited by Jex

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