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    Add Network Drive To IE Trusted Zone

    Hi,

    I am getting the attached security warning for SIMS on the workstation desktop. The desktop is redirected to a sub folder of the home area. Usually to get rid of that warning i add the location to the trusted IE zone. But I can't add Z: or Z:\

    Do i get around this please?

    I was thinking about tweaking the redirection to something like \\server\share\%username%\desktop then adding that to a trusted zone. Got to play with the direction setting to recognise the %username%

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    Intranet zone-> uncheck the auto detect checkbox and goto advanced and add the path to where those files are and try again?

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    Thats what i am saying i cant add network drives as paths.

    Thanks

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    Think it allowed me to do it but it converted it to something like

    File://FQDN

    Where FQDN is your domains FQDN

    Did find this but seems to relate to IE 7

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...ovistasecurity
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    just add \\servername or \\domain.local\dfs etc with a value of 1 that should do it

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    Found a better article

    http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...ove-sites.html

    Use a unc path instead



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