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JMody
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Windows Explorer substitute

Id like to see something that would get around using windows explorer to use or browse files on my thumb drive. My work has explorer password protected so i am unable to get into any of the stuff i have on there. Firefox 2 portable, etc. They dont allow us to go online here and the thumb drives are the only way we can get around that. but i still would like to view my files. winguard pro 2006 is the program they use to lock us out.

Ryan McCue
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Well

Why don't you use Internet Explorer to view the folders?
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You could use
Bahamut
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Why don't you use Internet

Why don't you use Internet Explorer to view the folders?
If you type an address that points to a local resource, you get an Explorer window.

You could try the Firefly extension for Fx, but it's a bit slow (coming from users of regular Fx). You could also use the 7-zip file manager.

Vintage!

yehoni
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FireFTP or Filezilla

Any FTP client will have a decent file explorer.

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Yes

But I think it uses IEXPLORE.EXE.
I would install Libertà AutoStart on the drive to get the programs and then use Filezilla.
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JMody
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Internet Explorer

I could use internet explorer to view the folders and files. But i cant open anything or make changes.

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Try here.

http://portablefreeware.com/?c=11&sc=9
Two pages worth to peruse over. Hope this helps!

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