Why should I not "Allow Trusted Locations on my network"?
Posted on 2010-09-14
I am trying to understand more about the Trust Center in Office 2007. I discovered early on that the Trust Center can only point to the hard drive.
Somehow I overlooked the check box for "Allow Trusted Locations on my network (not recommended)". From what I gather on the Microsoft site, this is primarily because there is no accountability with most network drives, unlike the hard drive, which is controlled by individual users. Are there other compelling reasons to not include network drives in the Trusted Locations?