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BOOK: Stephens' C# Programming with Visual Studio 2010 24-Hour Trainer
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Every time I try to open a Solution from your source code, I get a Security Warning that I should only open projects from a trustworthy source.

I have gone into Tools, Options, Projects and Solutions and un-checked "Warn user when the project location is not trusted", but I still get the warning every time.

There's a box in the Warning window that I can uncheck so that it doesn't ask me again, but if I open a solution that I haven't accessed before, I get the warning again.

Is there someplace else to turn this off?

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I think if you right-click the zip file and select Properties, it may have a spot near the bottom that says:

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If it says that, click Unblock and OK. That might prevent the warning messages. (Post again to let us know if that worked.)
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No, it seems it did not work.

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