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MS-Access 2010 using hyperlink not Trusted security warning registry fix

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I will start by saying there is no apparant fix for this problem but someone may have found some sneaky way to get rid of it.

If you open a document through a hyperlink store in an MS-Access table you cannot get rid of the seccurity warning messages.  The usual user registry fixes that were available for 2000, 2003 etc. actually do not list 2010 as application that it applies to, even though all other Office 2010 apps are listed in the Microsoft solution to the problem.

Please do not reply if you are going to suggest another way to open the linked documents.  My app is distributed over 40 sites with hundreds of users.

Does anyone know of a sure fire and TESTED way of turning off the security warning messages that pop-up when using a hyperlink from MS-Access?

Thanks in anticipation
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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1. The security alert is there for your protection.
Disable it at your own risk...

If MS does not officially post a alternative, workaround, or Fix ...then there isn't any "Official" way around this.
So when you say: "sure fire and TESTED way of turning off the security warning", ...if you mean anything "Official", ...then the answer is No.
With that in mind, you can have a "Hack", Registry Mod, or other workaround that is "sure fire and TESTED", but is not "Official"...
which are you looking for?

2. The usual user registry fixes that were available for 2000, 2003 etc. actually do not list 2010 as application that it applies to, even though all other Office 2010 apps are listed in the Microsoft solution to the problem..
...This does not make it clear if you actually tried this or not (On a test system)?
Please clarify...

3. You may have to be patient, ...as of yet, it is not clear if this issue will be addressed in the first service pack for Office 2010.

JeffCoachman
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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FWIW, here is the fix for Office 2007, try it on a test/junk system with Office 2010 installed.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925757
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by:Paul-bbc
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Hi, thanks for quick response.

I'm looking for anything that will work at the moment and I will then decide whether its safe enough to field.

Yes I have tried all usual registry fixes, but to no avail.
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by:Paul-bbc
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P.S.

It is that link you supplied above that lists all 2010 apps except Access, tried but did not work
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Then you may be stuck here for now... (waiting for a workaround/fix from MS)

Let's see if another Expert has any more insight...

JeffCoachman
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Anyone else out there have any ideas how to turn off hyperlink warning messages in Access 2010 as it does not work the same as 2003/2007 with registry fixes etc.
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by:Paul-bbc
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As there is yet no fix for 2010 I'm awarded a couple of points just to be able to close this question
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