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Move and drag files from server to desktop saying harmful your computer

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          When i try to move the file from server to my local desktop, it will shows below warning message, but when i try to copy and paste to my local desktop, i will not see such message, any idea why ?

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to disable this mesage try:

1.Click Start / Control Panel / Internet Options
2. Click Security tab.
3. Click Local Intranet
4. Click Sites button.
5. Click Advanced button.
6. Enter the IP Address of the other machine or server (wildcards are allowed) and click Add
7. Click Close, then OK, then OK again.
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A move keeps the source file permissions, a copy inherits the destination permissions
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