How to eliminate security warnings


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Joseph Childs

I have an internal web page on my computer that is not connected to the
internet . The purpose of the web site is to display data and information in
a convenient manner. I recently linked to a program on my computer for
viewing a map display. The link works sucessfully, but before the program
opens a File Download - Security warning window opens asking if I want to
run or save the file. When I choose run another window labeled Internet
Explorer - Security Warning opens indicating that the file is from an
unknown publisher and states the file has no valid digital signature. I then
have to choose run before the file opens. The file is on my computer, is not
a threat, and is not being downloaded. How do I eliminate these messages so
that the file opens normally. All of my other files open on my internal web
site without these warnings.

Joseph Childs ([email protected])
 
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VanguardLH

Joseph said:
I have an internal web page on my computer that is not connected to the
internet . The purpose of the web site is to display data and information in
a convenient manner. I recently linked to a program on my computer for
viewing a map display. The link works sucessfully, but before the program
opens a File Download - Security warning window opens asking if I want to
run or save the file. When I choose run another window labeled Internet
Explorer - Security Warning opens indicating that the file is from an
unknown publisher and states the file has no valid digital signature. I then
have to choose run before the file opens. The file is on my computer, is not
a threat, and is not being downloaded. How do I eliminate these messages so
that the file opens normally. All of my other files open on my internal web
site without these warnings.

Does enabling the "Allow active content ..." options in Advanced
settings for Internet Options fix your problem?

Otherwise, perhaps you need to use Mark of the Web in your page code.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms537628(VS.85).aspx
http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2005/03/07/388992.aspx

Hmm, so you actually want to energize spam into your mailbox by exposing
it to spambots that harvest e-mail addresses from newsgroups?
 
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Jim

I have an internal web page on my computer that is not connected to the
internet . The purpose of the web site is to display data and information in
a convenient manner. I recently linked to a program on my computer for
viewing a map display. The link works sucessfully, but before the program
opens a File Download - Security warning window opens asking if I want to
run or save the file. When I choose run another window labeled Internet
Explorer - Security Warning opens indicating that the file is from an
unknown publisher and states the file has no valid digital signature. I then
have to choose run before the file opens. The file is on my computer, is not
a threat, and is not being downloaded. How do I eliminate these messages so
that the file opens normally. All of my other files open on my internal web
site without these warnings.

Joseph Childs ([email protected])

You can`t - they are warning notices .
 
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Jose

   I have an internal web page on my computer that is not connected to the
internet . The purpose of the web site is to display data and informationin
a convenient manner. I recently linked to a program on my computer for
viewing a map display. The link works sucessfully, but before the program
opens a File Download  - Security warning window opens asking if I wantto
run or save the file. When I choose run another window labeled Internet
Explorer - Security Warning opens indicating that the file is from an
unknown publisher and states the file has no valid digital signature. I then
have to choose run before the file opens. The file is on my computer, is not
a threat, and is not being downloaded. How do I eliminate these messages so
that the file opens normally. All of my other files open on my internal web
site without these warnings.

Joseph Childs ([email protected])

Are the files that work executables?

There are plenty of Google results, see if this one applies to you:

http://blogs.msdn.com/askie/archive...kbox-always-ask-before-opening-this-file.aspx
 

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