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Security Warning - Certain content in the database has been disabled.

Posted on 2010-09-02
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Is there a possibility to remove automatically this warning when starting a mdb file?
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by:wmadrid1
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Hi,
If you do refer to open the mdb file with Microsoft Access son then Yes
It depends of access version
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by:DistillingExperts
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But what is the solution. MS Access is 2007.
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On MS Access 2007
You can add as secure path the pathof mdb which you can avoid security

You do it accesing trought: (I vahe Access in Spanish, so i'll try traduce it)
- Office button (Botón de Office)
- Below is a button "Access Options" (Opciones de Access)
- Trusting Center (Centro de Confianza)
- "Trusting Center configuration" button (Configuración del Centro de confianza)
- Trusted paths (Ubicaciones de confianza)
- "Add new path" button (Agregar nueva ubicación)
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