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Old 10-07-2008, 11:23 PM
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Using Access I created a few Data Access Pages. These web pages, once opened, work fine to manipulate data as intended, but they keep generating annoying warning messages.

There are two messages that pop up every time the web page is accessed. Before the page opens the first message that pops up states:
"This website uses a data provider that may be unsafe. If you trust the website, click OK, otherwise click cancel."
After pressing OK on the first, the second message pops up and states:
"This website is using your identity to access a data source. If you trust the website, click OK, otherwise click cancel."
After pressing OK on both messages the page functionality works just fine.

I've tried adding password protection to the database and even signing the project with a digital certificate, but I still get the warning messages. The MSDN article I found on this topic, @ http://support.microsoft.com/kb/258510, suggests adding the website to the internet options trusted sites list. This would be fine except there are multiple end users for the access pages and I am trying to avoid the additional confusion this will create, especially since IT has restricted many of the users from editing the internet options.

Is there anything else that can be done to prevent these messages from popping up?

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Old 10-08-2008, 09:09 AM
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I think the Internet Options is your only bet. It is a client thing that is triggering these messages as opposed to something like server code.

If IT has limited access to control these settings, they should also be able to push out new settings via a logon script or global domain policy. My guess is that the users wouldn't even notice if IT made the changes behind the scenes.
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