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14th December 2010, 12:08 PM #1
Eclipse.Net and Circulate client - Software restriction policies
When clicking Circulate within Eclipse .NET this seems to load the /bin/LibraryClient.exe program, but by using the temporary internet files location to do it.
Due to software restriction policies in effect our users cannot run files from the temporary internet files location and Iíve tried letting them run LibraryClient.exe directly from the bin folder but it doesnít like to run from here.
How have other schools got around this?
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14th December 2010, 03:15 PM #2
We just unrestricted the temporary internet files folder on one computer that is purely used by the librarian, no pupil access. However would it not be possible to unrestrict the libraryclient.exe using a hash rule?
15th December 2010, 03:50 PM #3
- Rep Power
It was some time ago I did this but if memory serves I associated the file extention it used to run it to a link to the servername and path.
The only rules I can see I used were allows for <ServerName>\librarydotnet$\bin\* and <ServerName>\MLS.NET\bin\*
28th December 2010, 10:25 PM #4
- Rep Power
All we did to combat this was add the site you are trying to access to the trusted site list, this in turn removed the restrictions that where imposed by internet explorer.
9th November 2011, 11:20 AM #5
old thread i know but sameish problem-when i click on circulate it downloads the start.libraryclient file but then asks whether I want to find a program to open it or save it.
On hold to mls now but could be sometime waiting
edit-had to re-associate file with libraryclient.exe on server
Last edited by mole; 9th November 2011 at 11:30 AM.
Reason: solved problem
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