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INFO: Why CONFLICT Directories Are Created During Code Download
Article ID: 196150 - View products that this article applies to.
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There are certain situations during code download (usually associated with installing an ActiveX control referenced in an <OBJECT> tag) where a Conflict subdirectory is created in the Downloaded Program Files folder. After it is created, the Conflict directory is used as the destination directory for the file installation.
Internet Explorer performs the following checks on all downloaded files that are associated with an ActiveX control (Basically, all files listed in the [Add.Code] section):
Article ID: 196150 - Last Review: March 16, 2005 - Revision: 2.1