A number of staff at our site have complained about a Microsoft Office warning message when accessing certain documents on our internal Sharepoint site:
"Some files containt viruses that can be harmful to your computer. It is imporant to be certain that this file is from a trustworthy source. Do you want to open this file?"
Would anyone know of a way to disable this message by way of Group Policy-Trusted Sites only? There are a number of articles on the web that point at how to disable this for all sites, but I only want to do this for sites that appear in Trusted Sites.
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