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Old 08-07-2013, 07:54 AM
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Exclamation Document Library issue

I see there is an option to download "Document Libraries" for specific products. This is a nice option instead of just downloading one document.

I downloaded the Avaya Aura Messaging 6.0 library and, after extracting the contents of the .ZIP file, I see there's an autorun.exe file which allows me to browse the documentation. Cool! No problem here.

However, after downloading the AAM 6.1 and AAM 6.2 libraries, I don't have that same autorun.exe file to browse these libraries. Not good!

Are these library files broken? Is there a workaround or trick to browsing these libraries?
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