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Allow executables from network to run without warnings

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Hello, I have a server 2008 r2 and some programs are run from a network mapping.
Every time they get a message if they want to run the program anyway.

I found a gpo which changes the setting of "launching applications and unsafe files" , but I don't have this in my gpo ??
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by:ronnypot
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Hi,

you probably mean the File security warning you get when you try running an application from a network drive.

You can solve this by adding the drive letter or unc path to the local intranet sites in Internet Explorer. Choose Internet Options, Security, Local Intranet, Sites, Advanced and add the drive letter and / or unc path
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But I want it to do it from a gpo ?
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You can set these setting via GPO. Go to User Configuration, Policies, Administrative Templates, Windows Components, Internet Explorer, Internet Control Panel, Security Page, enable site to zone assignment list and add the network drive or unc path with with value 1
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