Carson
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"download" a file after clicked the logout button.

Dear All

 

We got a strange case. The users will already download the files after they clicked the logout button. And the file actually was the below image. Anyone know the problem? 

 

 

 

Carson

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Widson
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Re: "download" a file after clicked the logout button.

Good day Carson

 

Please return to your design under button even rules , trace your steps from there and reconfigure your rules again. check out this link perform such well (https://help.k2.com/onlinehelp/k2five/userguide/5.1/default.htm#Create/K2Designer/Controls/Controls....)

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Thabang92
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Re: "download" a file after clicked the logout button.

Good day Carson

 

Please follow this link: https://help.k2.com/support-services/kbt154698 to achieve what you want to do. 

 

Thank you

 

Kind regards

Thabang

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Rory
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Re: "download" a file after clicked the logout button.

This is happening in my application as well. When a user logs out, and the browser hits "/Runtime/?wa=wsignoutcleanup1.0", k2 prompts to download this image file of a green checkmark. A year ago it was only happening in Chrome, now it is only happening in Firefox. I haven't been able to figure out why, yet.
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ajo
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Re: "download" a file after clicked the logout button.

Hi there,

The file that is being downloaded is presented to the site when signing out of the STS as part of the standard WS-Federation signout action. More information about it can be found here under 'Signing Out from Multiple RPs':


 


"Every successful cleanup sends back the image of the green check box, which the STS page can use for confirming that the sign-out actually took place for a given RP. Failure to render the image might be an indication that something went wrong with the cleanup operations."


 


This image is generated by the Windows Identity or .net Framework and is not a part of K2.

A possible workaround would be to remove the X-Content-Type-Options header when the request contains the wa=wsignoutcleanup1.0 parameter via a rewrite rule in IIS.


 


 

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