When you go to a page on the net using IE, where on the disk is it downloaded to?
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Posted By:   neal_ravindran
Posted On:   Friday, April 9, 2004 08:50 AM

Say you go to cnn.com using IE.

Where on your hard drive does this page reside (or is cached-to in hi-tech parlance)

Can I access that page and write to it?
(ofcourse not to the cnn page, but I have a custom form that needs to be autofilled by a client side program capable of doing that. The program is capable of writing to html pages on c: emp where I tested it...but in the real world scenario I want to write to the form downloaded off my web site).
Possible?

Re: When you go to a page on the net using IE, where on the disk is it downloaded to?

Posted By:   Christopher_Koenigsberg  
Posted On:   Friday, April 9, 2004 02:19 PM

I think it depends, on the version of IE, and the version of the Windows OS, plus on some changeable configuration settings re cacheing (Internet Options, Temporary Internet Files, Settings, Move Files...), presumably stored in the Windows Registry (?)

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