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Why can a user who just updated to IE9 no longer see the security alert when he connects to MS Access 2007 via RDP (remote app)?

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We have MS Access 2007 set up as a remote App in Windows Server 2008 R2.

We have approx 30 clients who connect via an RDP configuration file without issue.

Recently one of our users updated from IE8 to IE9 and now can no longer
see the security alert in MS Access 2007, which allows users to unblock macros. Therefore, he can not log into MS Access 2007.  Should IE9 be reinstalled?  Other ideas? Thanks
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The cause was an incapability with the AV software on that users computer.
Very esoteric.
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