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DatAnswers Chrome Local File Opener

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Open files on your local area network using Chrome

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Description from store DatAnswers is an enterprise search engine that enables users to search the organization's Varonis-monitored file systems for the data they need, providing information governance for administrators, and compliance and legal officers. DatAnswers leverages the power and security of the Varonis classification engine to index a company's data and provide relevant search results. The results displayed in the application contain UNC links to the files that match the search criteria. Chrome’s default behavior prevents users from opening files in UNC format (that is, file://FileServer/share/filename). This extension enables authorized DatAnswers users to open files and folders in UNC format through the DatAnswers search engine. When a link is clicked, the extension verifies whether that link is valid and generated by DatAnswers and then opens it in a new browser tab.

Latest reviews

  • (2019-09-16) Adored plays: didn't work correctly clicked the website and took me here very bad
  • (2019-08-14) Angel Ruiz: It was terrible dont even bother trying it
  • (2019-02-21) Lime Juice: BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!
  • (2018-08-07) Doodle: im trying to play clone hero but the extinshon is grayed out how am i going to play a game if this stupid file opener wont even work 0/10 what a waste of time
  • (2018-01-31) Brian Thomas: BOO!!!!!!!!
  • (2017-05-03) John Cromie: Although described as "Open files on your local area network using Chrome", it does not appear to do this. The fine print appears to imply that you have to use their search engine. Not interested in that. I just want to be able to click through on file:// links, period.
  • (2016-01-13) Richard Oviatt: amazing!
  • (2015-04-21) Balázs ANTÓK: A hihetetlenül gyors keresés után lehetővé teszi a böngészőből történő megnyitást!

Latest issues

  • (2016-03-17, v:1.65) david gagne: Getting error: cannot find accesskey
    function openUrl(url) { if (document.getElementsByTagName('meta')[0].accessKey == SECURE_SEARCH_ID || document.getElementsByTagName('title')[0].innerText.match(".*Secure Search.*") || document.getElementsByTagName('title')[0].innerText.match(".*DatAnswers.*")) { chrome.runtime.sendMessage({ url: url }, function (response) {}); } }


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3.3 (16 votes)
Last update / version
2021-01-12 / 1.66
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