In an Access 2010 application, how can I prevent "Security Warning Some active content has been disabled. Click for more details. Enable Content"? from appearing?

I have an Access application that I created in Access 2003 and that I now use with Access 2010.
When I open the application in Access 2010, there is a Message Bar that states:
Security Warning   Some active content has been disabled. Click for more details.   Enable Content
If I click on Enable Content, a message box comes up stating:
Do you want to make this file a Trusted Document? This file is on a network location. Other users who have access to this network may be able to tamper with this file.   Yes No

Do you know how I can prevent this Message Bar from appearing with the Enable Content button?
I tried going into Security Warning  Trust Center Settings  
And clicked on the Radio Button   Never show information about blocked content.
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you can do that by placing your database into a trusted location which can be specified via Group policy
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
Do you have any deeper understanding of these messages?
Do you know what this "active content" is, or what it is doing in the application?

Do you want to make this file a Trusted Document
Does the file name appear anywhere?, if so, what is this file's purpose in the application?

This message does not commonly appear for Access 2003 db's opened in Access 2010.
For this reason,  you should understand what Content you are Enabling,
...And if you select "yes" to other users tampering with the file, know what the consequencs may be.

In other words your goal should be to understand these warnings, then select the most appropriate course of action, ...and not just trying to "bypass" these alerts...

Can you dig a bit deeper into the application and see what functionality is triggering these messages?


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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
Note also that Trust Center settings must be set per-machine, so if this is distributed you'll have trouble using GP or the Options menu.

There are several other ways to setup a Trusted Location. See this article:
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
ok, thanks
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