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How do you disable the IE warning "This page is accessing information that is not under its control. This poses security risk. Do you want to continue". in an InfoPath form on Sharepoint 2010?

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I have an InfoPath form in Sharepoint, that everytime you click in a field the IE warning "This page is accessing information that is not under its control. This poses security risk. Do you want to continue?" displays.  Anyone know to get rid of it?  I have attached a screen shot.


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If you want the browser to prevent the access automatically,int the tools -->internet options -->Security -->Local Intranet-->Custom Level--> set Access data sources across domains to Disable
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That worked for me.
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