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I usually would like to keep the discussion in the blog so that the discussion can be shared to everyone. After all, this is why I start the blog in the first place --- share information with everyone. recently implemented a global policy to close comments after 30 days to fight comment spam. I understand the annoying of comment spam and I respect the policy. Unfortunately it means if you want to comment on old posts, you have to send me email.

You can send me email via the contact link in the home page of this blog (

When you contact me in email, please provide your work email. If you do not feel comfortable to disclose your work email to me, I do not feel comfortable to disclose mine either.

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Comments (5)

  1. Jeff Atwood says:

    can you post about ieexec.exe? I assume that’s related to what you do, and it’s almost totally undocumented.. but we use it all the time.. thanks!

  2. Unfortunately I don’t know much about it. And the owner is not blogging.

    What are your questions about ieexec.exe? I can forward to the owner.

  3. Jeff Atwood says:

    Just basically documenting what it does, how it interacts with the IE cache, and so forth– at a reasonably technical level. We do end up troubleshooting it quite a bit, since it’s the de-facto loader for HREF EXEs (aka smart client apps).

  4. I talked to the owner of IEExec.exe. The things it does is pretty straight forward. It creates a sandbox appdomain, does a LoadFrom then call the entry point.

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