On Wed, 6 May 2009 08:40:40 -0400, "Donald Anadell"
> "Tecknomage" <tecknode@NOSPAM.com> wrote in message
> > On Tue, 5 May 2009 16:33:09 -0700, "John" <a> wrote:
> >> I get the same feeling that the security zone settings reset to default
> >> when
> >> you installed IE8. Have you tried changing the settings?
> > Yes. In fact all Security Zones have been customized (Microdunce has
> > some really dumb default settings).
> Does it happen if you have the "Local Machine Lockdown" feature enable?
> Tools||Internet Options||Advanced(tab)||Security(section)
> Remove the checkmark in the box next to "Allow active content to run in
> files on My Computer"
> Good luck,
> Donald Anadell
> > As I said, even Microsoft's Tech Support, via their share-desktop
> > tool, could not find what setting was causing the problem.
> > It would be nice if someone could figure out why a JPG that is
> > associate with Paint Shop Pro 8 should be seen as "Unknown Publisher"
> > and how IE8 is acting on that.
> > If you use MS Help & Support, IE, search you can come up with looking
> > at Internet Properties, Content, Publishers, but that's looking at
> > Certificates. Certificate for Paint Shop Pro?!!!
> > The bottom line, WHY would IE8 see ANY document over your *Local*
> > Internet as unsafe. Why do I get the dialog for a JPG file but not
> > for a MS Word DOC?
> >> "MageMaster" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> >> news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> >> > How do I get rid of the dialog?
> >> >
> >> > I suspect it has to do with *Local Internet* Security Settings. By the
> >> > way, Microsoft Tech Support could not fix the problem using their
> >> > share-desktop tool.
Microsoft Support found the solution.
1) In the Trusted Sites Security Zone, make sure "Launching
applications and unsafe files" is *enabled*
2) Add our Fileserver to the Trusted Sites list
I now see that this "problem" is a demonstration of the *increased*
security IE8 provides.
On a side note. As of late, I am very impressed with Microsoft
Support. On the last 3 occasions where I needed help, they were
tenacious in finding a fix.
It is obvious that Microsoft has revamped their Tech Support. It is a
big improvement from the days of no-help tech support.
======== Tecknomage ========
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