Security Warning



I have several computers running Windows XP w/ sp2 and I get a security
warning when I start to open a certain application. The message is listed

The publisher could not be verified. Are you sure you want to run this
This file does not have a valid digital signature that verifies its
publisher. You should only run software from publishers you trust.

This software is being run from another organization that I know that has
the same configuration of windows XP sp2 with no problem. I am able to get
past this error by clicking the run button, but the only problem is that is a
nuissance and I have to click it several times.

My question is; is there a way that I can stop this message from displaying
every time that i start the software by editing something in the registry?


Mark L. Ferguson

In The IE, tools menu, Options, Advanced tab are several checkboxes about handing certs.


Thank you for the response.

I have already disabled everything in advanced tab that had anything to do
with certs and any other security.

I can simulate this problem by also making a Microsoft Access mdb file and
running it straight from any computer or server within the network. I get
the same error as I previously posted. Now, if I take that same mdb file and
load it directly onto my local pc, then it works without giving me the error.

Do you know if there any registry settings that will completely stop
checking for this type of error.


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