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KeyWallet - Free Password Manager Forum Index Program Features Apply PW to a Programm
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Author Apply PW to a Programm

Joined: Jul 27, 2001
Posts: 3
  Posted: 2001-08-01 02:44

Hi to all,

First of all - thanks to for this nice little tool. It's very helpful for my work.

Here my Question to my Problem:
Can I - instead of starting the Browser with a URL - start a Programm that needs a PW to come up?

Thanks for your time


[ This message was edited by: Eddie on 2001-08-01 02:45 ]

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Joined: Feb 18, 2001
Posts: 142
From: Germany
  Posted: 2001-08-13 08:04

This feature was not directly implemented, but you can run the program using the url convention for the file, i.e. file:///... The problem is, that you will get a standard browser save dialog, where you have to select the run program option box and hit the OK button.
Here is an example of the file url:

Please notice that you have to replace the whitespaces with %20. This is the HTTP code for the whitespace.

Another thing I am not sure about, is how it will behave with the download manager installed on you system (like Gozilla). I think that download manager replaces this dialog and what happens then, I can't tell you...


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Joined: Jul 27, 2001
Posts: 3
  Posted: 2001-09-05 13:20

Doing acording your Note (with 'file:///...) it will go to the Browser and try to 'open' the .EXE file.
But, what I'm looking for is, to Start a .exe file that is asking me a PW to insert before opening.

Any Idea? Thanks for your help.


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