Need to stop having Access ask me to enable macro settings for each front end (mostly on computers with runtime)

Hello All

I have an Access 2013 database that I am putting on a server.  The backend will reside on the server and the front end will be installed on everyone's machine.  Many of these people will not have Access on their machine so I will install Access Runtime (probably use Sagekey, I heard good things about them).  

Is there a way in the code to tell each person's machine to allow the Active X and Macros to run without that darn msg bar appearing?  Does Sagekey's installer do this?  

Thanks
alevin16Asked:
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
Use the localappdata folder. This even works in a Citrix environment.

Study the full threads here:

    http://rdsrc.us/XOgKO4
    http://rdsrc.us/DDQFak

/gustav
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PatHartmanCommented:
The SageKey install takes care of trusted locations.
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alevin16Author Commented:
Thanks to both of you!  I am going to check out the threads and look into Sagekey some more.

Andy
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