Release Video Explorer 3.0.0.61: Critical Bug Fixes
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@MasterPhw:

Just did some more reading on the server problem. The issue is definitely server config.

http://robindotnet.wordpress.com/2010/06...eployment/

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms228998.aspx

"Some Web servers might block files with extensions such as .dll, .config, and .mdf. Windows-based applications typically include files with some of these extensions. If a user attempts to run a ClickOnce application that accesses a blocked file on a Web server, an error will result. Rather than unblocking all file extensions, ClickOnce publishes every application file with a ".deploy" file extension by default. Therefore, the administrator only needs to configure the Web server to unblock the following three file extensions:
.application
.manifest
.deploy
However, you can disable this option by clearing the Use ".deploy" file extension option on the Publish Options Dialog Box, in which case you must configure the Web server to unblock all file extensions used in the application."

Also see here for Microsoft guidelines re things that affect click once installers:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/fb94w1t5.aspx
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