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Am working on creating an intranet hosted on an internal server that will serve as a technical support resource for my users.

Some of the documentation are contained in PowerPoint presentations.

In testing, when I click on the hyperlink to these slides, I'm prompted with the standard IE warning that, 'are you sure you want to open this, it may be from an untrusted source'.

Is there a way to override this warning?  It's my own website and they're my own files so I can pretty well vouch for their origin and trustworthiness.  Just trying to avoid unnecessarily scaring my users and generating support calls.

Thanks.
Mitch
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You can ZIP the files but it is an IE warning. You can ask the users to put your domain name in their trusted websites but it would be easier probably to ZIP the files
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