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    'lo geeks,

    We've got a program that we use which allows users to log in through the website and browse their unique share for files etc.
    Our old server (2003) died on us, and we switched to 2008 R2 standard and now running IIS 7.5.

    All is working fine apart from when trying to downloading files with spaces in the name.
    The URL is changed from:
    Generic File Name.zip to Generic+File+Name.zip

    We need a way in IIS to change the + to %20. Can anyone please shed some light on how to do this?

    Thanks in advance,
    Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by sister_annex View Post
    Cheers,

    Am currently playing with the rewrite extension thing.

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    Nice to see IIS can finally do something so basic that it's been in Apache since... er... forever

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    so I've found the rule I need - how do I add it, and what type of rule must it be?

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