Trusted Location for Published Access Runtime on Citrix

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How do I create a trusted location for a published access runtime 2007 application that resides on the network. I placed the front end of the access application in a folder located within each user's home folder. I pointed Citrix to the mapped location which resides on a separate folder. I would like to eliminate the 'A potential security concern has been identified' popup window.
Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thank you,
Audrey
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Top Expert 2011
Commented:
For each user you can do one of these:

1) create a trusted location

or

2) Set The macro security to low

Also see:
Trust Center in Access 2007 and 2010

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Commented:
The users don't have a copy of Microsoft Access. I'm using Access Runtime 2007. How can I set up a trusted location for each user?

Thank you,
Audrey
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Commented:
Did you look at the link I provided to my article on the subject?
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I modified the registry settings so that when I run the Access Runtime on my network, I do not get the security warning. I only receive the warning through the published application on Citrix. Do you know reason I'm receiving the warning when I run the application through Citrix?
Top Expert 2011

Commented:
Since the file in on the LAN it might be a LAN security waring.

In Internet Option for Intranet security add the folder with the database.

Here is a video: Adding LAN location to your Intranet Zones

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Commented:
I added the server to the intranet security site liist. I'm still receiving the security warning. Could it be a special Citrix configuration setting?
Top Expert 2011

Commented:
It could be a Citrix setting. I do very little with Citrix management. I work mostly with TS.

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Thank you for taking the time to help me!

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