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When Enterprise Vault Search is opened within Outlook(I think this is applicable for combination of Outlook 2010 and 2013 and IE 9 and IE 10), this particular dialog comes in while downloading any item. This is a browser behavior. By default it Outlook uses IE as default browser and it can't be overriden. As a workaround, you can click on gear icon on top right, and click on 'Open in New window' option which will open EVS in standalone browser window, then you won't see this dialog.

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You're looking at these search results via Outlook but what you're really seeing is Outlook integrating with your browser (I'll use IE just for simplicity's sake), and you're not "opening" an email like you do when you pull it direct from the Exchange edb; you're downloading a .msg file. So the OS and the browser are treating the request just like any other request to download a file from a site. How this behaves is going to depend on IE settings, which vary a bit from version to version (with lots of new lockdowns in IE9), and to a lesser extent the OS security settings may be in play; there might also be some security-related GPO's being pushed down to the workstation, and/or a full-on desktop security software in the mix too.

That said-- a quick google search turns up this discussion on Microsoft's forums (the first page has more questions than answers but there are a few potential solutions for IE9 in the later pages): -us/ie/forum/ie9-windows_other/how-can-i-set-ie9-to-open-download-files/c3605601-856d-4455-8144-121ef3338d2d?page=1

Personally I do not prefer to suppress this dialog at all, given the many different risks are associated with seamless download-and-open activities. I would rather accept that they must do one click now and then, than expose them to the risk of unknowingly opening malicious files, although there are probably features in our security products that let you manage this more granularly than the browser settings do.

I disagree with Symantecs Response to this topic. This is not an Internet Explorer issue in the sense that security is the problem. This was not an issue with the 'Classic' archive search embedded window we were using with previous versions. I was just able to verify after rmoving a lab setup from EV 10 to EV 11 and was able to still use the classic search function and open evault messages without the prompt. Once I migrated my policies to the new Entprise Vault Search capabilities ala EV11 the embedded search window then started to present me with the 'Download' by default option upon click selecting an found item. Obviously this is an issue with how the search browser site is crafted and my guess is that it has to do with the heavy .Net functionality that was brought to the table with the new Search functions. If we did setups in the past and used the 'Add EV server URL to Intranet Site' policies we were guaranteed of our security while still allowing the heavily website derived functionality of Enterprise Vault work seamlessly with Outlook clients.. If Symantec wants to keep us using a Web stie based product then the ownus should be on them to make sure that they are properly devloping it to work without having us to come up with work arounds to keep the functionality our users were use to while driving the EV product forward with new features.

Nobody I've seen that is using EV11 is happy with the "download manager" dialog. They want seamless access to the item from the search page. I couldn't get any of the IE 'fixes' to bypass these to work yet. So I'll be interested if anyone has found a solution for this. Thanks.

However, if you DO have the client, it opens up straight off, so why is this?The reason is that when you open up an item, it actually connects to the EV Client and tells it to get the item from there.So if we look do a quick Fiddler trace, both EV11 and EV10 call download.aspThey both use the same headers, though they use similar Query Parameters, but this does not affect the open/save dialog.But then if we look at a Procmon trace, you actually see Internet Explorer calling Shell32.dll to connect to Valkyrie.dll and IT tells it to download the item.

No, i posted it for the new version of Search/Archive ExplorerThe "Classic" version didn't need a fix because again, when you double click an item IF the client is installed, it made a call that connected to Valkyrie.dll and had the client download the item, NOT have internet explorer download it.The "New" version in EV11 does not have the same hook because of cross browser compatibility.So the fix/workaround that was posted was an Internet Explorer registry setting that automatically opens certain file types instead of prompting for Save/DownloadSo if you had Windows without the client installed and using EV10, you would be prompted for the item to be downloaded. If you have Windows with the client installed and using EV10 and Internet Explorer, you would not get prompted for the item to be downloaded.If you were to use EV11 with or without the client you will be prompted, thats per Internet Explorer security, so you add the registry and it opens automatically.

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