Error in Microsoft Acccess 2003…..

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Hi, When I wana open an access DB file it takes an error : "Security warning:unsafe expresion are not blocked.Do you want to block expression?" It's serious for me,could you please help me? Thank you. ---- regards Mahnaz

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The reason is that the new update of Macro security is set to High. Go to toolsMacroVB security and lower one notch.
This is not an error but rather a warning
Good Luck
Amal

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  • VenPhil
    Setting the macro security to Medium doesn't get rid of the message either. You have to set it to Low. This means that the system is vulnerable to malicious macros embedded in .mdb files. If you tightly control everything on your machine, this probably won't be a problem for you. Another alternative is to get a digital certificate for the application. This, though, is a pain, especially if you create one yourself. If the program only runs on your machine, then you can create your own certificate, but if it is loaded on multiple machines, creating your own certificate doesn't work on the other machines. You have to buy one from a reputable source. Me? I just click YES to the message. Cheers Phil
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  • BobBeechey
    This "sandboxing" feature of the Jet 4 engine can be approached in two ways: Answering "Yes" to the question if you do not use "unsafe" expressions such as "Shell" operations. This shouls stop the question appearing on most configurations. Alternatively, turn off sandboxing. See KB article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/239482 Bob
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  • Computergeek99
    One word: "Sandbox". See this link. It tells you how to alter the security settings from high to low. Good Luck.
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