Temp folder on public computers
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Wed Jan 27 10:24:25 EST 2016
J. Landman Gay wrote:
> Richard wrote:
>> J. Landman Gay wrote:
>> > I need to write a temporary file on computers that may be locked
>> > down, such as those in a computer lab or library. Can I be fairly
>> > certain that the temporary folder permissions will always allow
>> > access?
>> Any chance they can tell you what they want?
>> Or use a network store?
> I need to put html stored in a custom property into a browser object.
> Since using a variable isn't possible, I need to write the property
> to disk and then load it.
IMNSHO it would be insane to lock the temp folder, given how many apps
rely on it.
That said, some admins are not sane. :)
I'd try it and see what happens, with fingers crossed.
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