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Unable to change or add new location in Trust Center Access 2007

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Doing server upgrade and migration project and recently moved our data to new server. Now some of the existing Trusted Locations are broken but am having an issue with one user account not allowing me to modify existing or add new location. I'm assuming that it is just a simple matter of locating the path in the Registry. Am I on the right track?
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I found something here, http://rdsrc.us/U78yaX seems like this is geared towards something a little more than what I am trying to correct. I imagine I can take a look to see if this might solve it but I am not even sure what is causing the problem to begin with.
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That was the problem. Seems to work now. I don't see where to close this question so I'll let Admin clean it up. I still think the link I provided is helpful so perhaps they can leave it up in case someone else has a similar issue down the road.
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