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
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
"Seth" <seth_lerman@NOSPAMhotmail.com> wrote in message
> "dan.dan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> 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
>> 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
> 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