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We use a SharePoint 2010 site internally with Office 2007.
Whenever I open a Word document to edit it, I get a prompt saying:

Some files can harm your computer. If the file information below looks suspicious, or you do not fully trust the source, do not open the file.

Is there any way of supressing this message via active directory as it is an annoyance to end users?
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Justin Smith earned 1500 total points
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Put the site URL in your trusted sites list in IE.
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by:Rainer Jeschor
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I am not sure but additionally to ACH1LLES valid comment, adding the Sharepoint URL to your trusted location list in Office through GPO might also work.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc178948(v=office.12).aspx

HTH
Rainer
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