Unsigned Publisher issue, when clicking on Start Menu icons

Posted on 2012-09-01
Last Modified: 2012-09-07
On my File server,  When I click on any link in the start menu, I am asked by Windows that this is an Unsigned Publisher.

I have group Policy set for Folder redirection, this goes to said file server. But on the actual file server, I have this issue.

Should my group Policy be not including this particular file server??

For all other clients and workstations, I am not getting this problem.
Question by:zarok
    LVL 35

    Assisted Solution

    Do you mean this message?

    Otherwise, can you post a screenshot?

    If this is the case, you may have a problem with your root certificates on your machine?
    Have you changed or deleted something?

    Accepted Solution

    Yeh same message, but when clicking on a shortcut in the startmenu which is redirected by group policy to a network share. (the same server). I get the problem.

    It is a fresh install, with all updates, so nothing has changed much yet at all.

    Anyhow setting the local intranet zone via GPP or GP was having no affect for this one machine.

    I have just fixed this now, by manually setting the intranet zone in Internet Options on the machine itself.

    Author Closing Comment

    Fixed myself.

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