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Security warning in redirected Start Menu

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Hi there,

I would like to know a way to stop the security warning when clicking on an item in a redirected Start Menu.

I have users logging onto a 2003 Terminal Server with IE 6 installed and Enhanced Security Configuration turned off for all. IE7 is not an option due to applications we run.

Everyone has a redirected Start Menu via Group Policy to the same location on another server. Redirection - \\servername\startmenu.
When the users click on a shortcut to open an app they get asked if they are sure they want to run it!

How can this be stopped?
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im pretty sure you can add the server in question to intranet zone in internet explorer. try that
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