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Thread: How can I deactivate "unknown publisher" warning control on a *.ex

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    dan.dan Guest

    How can I deactivate "unknown publisher" warning control on a *.ex

    Hello,
    When I run a process developped with VC++ 6 / XP with adresse
    "c:\folder\process.exe" it works properly.
    When I run it with a network adresse "\\computername\sharfolder\process.exe"
    I systematically have an "unknown publisher" warning message with a
    "run/cancel" button selection.
    How can I deactivate this warning message ?
    Thank you for answers

    Dan.dan

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    Seth Guest

    Re: How can I deactivate "unknown publisher" warning control on a *.ex

    When you run it from the local "C" drive, it is treated as 1 security zone.
    When you run it via a UNC (or any other external location) it is a
    different, untrusted security zone.

    You could A) digitally sign it, and then B) register the signature as
    trusted.

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    Paul Shapiro Guest

    Re: How can I deactivate "unknown publisher" warning control on a *.ex

    When the shortcut points to a share on a server, you could adjust the IE7
    security settings. These are the settings that worked for a similar setup at
    a client.

    Open the IE settings from Tools, Internet Options. On the Security tab
    select Local Internet and click Sites. Clear the checkbox for "Automatically
    detect intranet" and check the other 3 boxes. Click the Advanced button on
    that same dialog box and add file://ServerName to the list of trusted sites.
    Clear the checkbox to "Require server verification (https) for all sites in
    this zone".

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