Hi John,
it sound like a modified option in IE or register ?
but you'll have more chance on a microsoft support forum.

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david

On 18 sep, 21:55, John Shen <jshen2...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I struggling with this one for more than a day now.  Need help!
>
> I am working on a rails project, in which I submit the following in a
> form using onsubmit trigger:
>
> new Ajax.Updater('xxx', 'the_url_path', {asynchronous:true,
> evalScripts:true, parameters:Form.serialize(document.the_form)});
> return false;
>
> It works perfectly in Firefox, Safari, Opera and Chrome, failed on IE
> (versions 6, 7, and 8). After some investigation, I found that for
> some reason, the ajax request is sent to server and IE somehow changed
> accept attribute in the header accepting everything (including word
> file, images, excel files etc) but javascript.  When the response
> comes back with content type of "text/javascript", IE refuses to run
> because it is not expecting any scripts.  It pops up a file download
> window and a security warning window say it does not recognize the
> content of the file.
>
> Anybody had this problem before?  your help is much appreciated!
>
> John
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