I wasn't able to confirm this. I made small adjustments to get it to work in my environment but it's the same code:
var h =
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I used 1502. First I ran the test against IE9. It passed successfully. The only problem I saw was that the handler ignores the path parameter and uses IE9's default download folder instead. This is already logged and will be fixed in the near future.
Next I downgraded the machine to IE8 and ran the test again. Initially the test failed due to my security settings. In order go get it to work I had to add the page to "Trusted Sites" (see screenshot). I also made sure all possible security settings (pop up blocker etc) were set to allow downloads. Once I did that I was able to successfully handle the Dialog.
I believe that your problem with IE8 is probably related to security settings. Please recheck this.
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