04-20-2012 05:12 AM
but at work pop ups are blocked by default and you can't change the settings (our lovely IT department) and active x is blocked by default as are non-IT department installed download managers.
At work chrome gets zero sized files.
The only really good thing IT wise at work is being able to run xilinx on our hpc cluster (dual socket quad/hexa core with 96GB ram and just about to get upgraded to dual socket E5-2687 64GB - HP z420)
04-20-2012 05:55 AM
IT departments are great for office computers. They have no business mucking about with
engineering computers. In my experience IT departments are full of "empire builders" who
see the opportunity to control another computer and immediately "justify" the need for that
just my 2 cents,
11-28-2012 07:31 AM
what are the requirements to use the download manager properly? Are these requirements document somewhere? I would like to have some details that I can show to the IT administrators to see what is to be done.
11-28-2012 07:39 AM
Your best choice here is to sit down with your IT department show them the download site and then ask them to unblock what ever they have configured that prevents it from working correctly. If your IT department refuses to cooperate then you can contact Xilinx Support and request a direct FTP link that will be valid for 24 hours.
Have you tried typing your question into Google? If not you should before posting.
Too many results? Try adding site:www.xilinx.com