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    Quote Originally Posted by isladogs View Post
    See post #3
    I read post #3, but it didn't sink in. My developer friend straightened me out and wrote a .reg file for me.

    Now the .bat calls the .reg file and everything works like clockwork.

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Access\Security\Trusted Locations\FITSLocation0]
    "Description"="FITS Location"
    "Date"="02/18/2020 05:00 AM"
    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Access\Security\Trusted Locations\FITSLocation0]
    "Description"="FITS Location"
    "Date"="02/18/2020 05:00 AM"
    Thanks to everybody that played.


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    If you want to save your own reg file, open Regedit, right click on a key you want to reuse/modify for future use and click Export.
    This will create your own .reg file for future use.

    BTW - you might want to include subfolders in the trusted location. For example:

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Access\Security\Trusted Locations\Location0]
    "Description"="Mendip Data Systems folder"
    "Date"="15/12/2016 23:27"
    The value 00000001 means True
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    wjfinnigan is offline Novice
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    I'm going to go ahead and show my age here.

    I'm still packaging using the Access 2010 package function. I really wish it was still available in the current versions, however I've found that even though it properly adds the registry key including the database directory and a description, it is still poping up the error.

    On the code I'm using I've tried creating a location 9 and using the old standard I used to use of my initials. However both of them create registry keys in the trusted location but I still see the errors. My keys are getting created properly, but I'm still getting the errors. Do I need to include date, or additionally add network locations using the dword:00000001 ?

    I'm left scratching my head here. My registry keys look correct, but I'm still getting the popups.


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