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iexplore.exe

Process.Start(“IExplore.exe”); <— Is this reliable?

Process.Start('IExplore.exe');

Does this always work, on every machine ? If not, how to do it properly ?

... EDIT: .................................

The problem with Process.Start('http://www.example.com/'); is that we have to target a local html file, with some querystring specifying which page to load in the html frameset.
So our URL looks like the following:

G:PathToHelpFolderindex.html#search?page=1.html


If you pass this path to Process.Start, an error is generated: 'cannot find the file'. This is caused by the querystring at the end. (#search?page=1.html)

So, we have to start explorer (or default browser would be better) with the filepath as a command line argument. We found the method above at the MSDN documentation. (Process.Start('IExplore.exe');) Our only question is if this method is reliable enough to deploy to a commercial app. Mono isn't a problem, only windows systems are targeted.

... EDIT : Our solution ......

Our solution was to get the default browser from the registry, and start that with the filename as argument. (as stated in: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2646825/launching-default-browser-with-html-from-file-then-jump-to-specific-anchor/2646944#2646944)

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I need to run myApp.exe that in turn will launch iexplore.exe.
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