Good old IE9 apparently doesn't know that small businesses have fewer customers than it takes to make a 'commonly downloaded file'.
So I get these errors. I'm not sure if the first error is related to the second one. I've been pumping my download through a hidden iframe so I can manage security more directly and log downloads. It's worked for quite a while and continues to work in all other browsers, but I always get 'download was interrupted' in IE9 (so do our clients), but pressing resume works.
However, the most obnoxious thing is that you get 2 opportunities to delete the file downloaded and one extra opportunity to just ignore it. So, our tech support dept gets calls from 99% of the confused IE users.
Sorry for the two part question, but I'd imagine this all has something to do with smart screen filter since other file types (PDF, DOC, XLS) can download just fine without being 'interrupted'.
- Why was the download interrupted
- How do I make my program 'commonly downloaded' whatever help there is from Microsoft is quite misleading, set me off for an hour looking for an option that didn't exist.