1. Run gpedit.msc
2. Go to User Configuration >> Administrative Templates >>Windows Components >> Attachment Manager
3. Add *.exe to the Inclusion list for moderate risk filetypes setting.
This policy setting allows you to configure the list ofmoderate risk file types. If the attachment is in the list ofmoderate risk file types and is from the restricted orInternet zone, Windows prompts the user beforeaccessing the file.... In other words, this allows you to run an .exe from theIntranet zone without a prompt, but it will warn beforerunning one from the Internet.
Option 1:To Unblock the File Through Properties Page:
1. Right click on the file, and select Propertiesfrom the list. 2. Under the General tab, click on the Unblock button and click on OK. NOTE: If you do not see a Unblockbutton, then the file is already unblocked.
3. You will now no longer get the Open File - Security Warningprompt when you try to open or run this specific file. Option 2:To Unblock the File When you Open or Run it: 1. Try to Open or Run the file to trigger the Open File - Security Warning prompt. 2. In the Open File - Security Warning prompt, uncheck the Always ask before opening this file box, then click on either the Open or Run button. 3. If prompted by UAC, then click on Yes (Windows 7) or Continue (Vista), or enter the administrator's password (standard user). NOTE: You will only be prompted by UAC if the file is not in one of the C:\Users\(user-name) folder locations, and in a system folder (ex: C:\Windows) instead. 4. The file will now open or run, and you will now no longer get a Open File - Security Warning prompt when you try to open or run this specific file next time.
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