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Running a system command on this item might be unsafe

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Whenever I view something on our Sharepoint site using "Explorer View", I get a message "Running a system command on this item might be unsafe.  Do you wish to continue".  Is there a way of disabling this message?

Does anyone know what's causing this please?
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Question by:Crashcat
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by:quihong
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Never seen that message before. Can you share a screenshot? Does it happen for all your users/workstations?
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by:Crashcat
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It happens when I right click the mouse for functions such as paste, new folder, cut and so on.
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That's a normal security warning. Its actually an issue on the client end.

On my Windows 7 box, Explorer View opens in Windows Explorer and I don't get the warning. On my XP workstation, it opens within the browser and will get that warning when I right click.

I do not believe you can or want to get rid of the warning.
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by:Crashcat
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there has to be a way to get rid of that
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by:GreatGerm
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See the recommendation for more details.
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