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    I've just tested all browsers internally and they all upload fine. What do i need to change on the reverse proxy to all this on all browsers ?

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    1) Remove line 476 from ~/myfiles/default.aspx (I've left a debug line in the page)
    2) On the reverse proxy you need to allow the X_FILENAME HTTP Request Header to passthrough

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    many thanks,

    I will get this changed ASAP and let you know when it is done

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    How do I rectify this. what do i need to change on my reverse proxy ?

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    I've contact the provider of the reverse proxy and they are wanting to know if you know what setting it could be filtering out.

    Thanks

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    X_Filename

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    is there anyway I can force the browser to use IE9 upload either deleting the option to use IE10 upload system etc, as when i set the browser to use IE9 capabilities it uploads fine. Staff members are too lazy to set the capability in the browser themselves

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    Edit the master page, look for
    HTML Code:
    <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge" />
    , change it to IE=9

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