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    Open file - Security warning

    Hi All,
    The above msg is driving me nuts!
    It come sup for everything for the pupils (office, ie ,the lot!)
    Whats really driving me nuts with it is that fact that for the staff, I have got rid of it. But I can't remember how.
    When I have looked up on the t'internet the results always go on about using grpedit to alter something locally. I am sure there was something in group policies that I altered but what?
    Anyone care to put me out of my misery?
    Alan

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    Hi
    You basically have to add the UNC paths to IE local machine policy and then deploy that using GP. Now I am trying to find the instuctions to do this.
    You have to change a reg key to make local machine policy show up in IE and after adding the UNC's there you then use the IE maintence kit to import the policies you set on your machine for deployment to the world.

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    Thanks for that but it does not seem to work.
    Any ideas?



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