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Excel 2007 - enforce "Trust access to the VBA project object model"

Posted on 2011-03-09
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Is there a way to enforce a local setting on a PC (a PC that will be imaged) to enforce the "Trust access to the VBA project object model" setting?
Like a registry tweak or something to enforce this setting for any user that loggs onto the computer (vm image)?


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Rory Archibald earned 2000 total points
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I think that setting is per user rather than per machine (based on the Administrative templates for 2007 group policy.)
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Ok thanks, I guess I'll have to use the group policy templates.
Unless there's any other way in registry to do it?
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Not that I'm aware of, but this is not really my area. :)
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I ran this app from Nirsoft (http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/reg_file_from_application.html) and monitored Excel as I made the change.

After I enabled the setting, it showed this in the capture window:

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\12.0\Excel\Security]
"AccessVBOM"=dword:00000001

So that might be the right setting. I'll have to test it.
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Nvm that's still an HKEY Current User. So unless I can put it as a long script somehow, I'll have to ensure an Office 2007 AD template can be applied in this environment.
Or just tell user's how to execute a few mouse clicks to enable it themselves.....
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