|26 Jun 2012||#1|
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Need help disabling an internal Windows security message
I have a notification popping up that says "The operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system Administrator."
I know why it is popping up, as I blocked a file from running in my O/S (Windows7-64bit Ultimate), but I would like to disable the message from appearing altogether, as it is so invasive that it will minimize fullscreen movies & apps and pop-up whenever it blocks the file from running. I am logged in to the only (Administrator) account on this computer.
I know of 3 ways to restrict a file from running in Windows 7:
1.Right-clicking the file and selecting "properties" and then modifying the permissions under "SYSTEM" to "Deny" "Read & Execute"
2.Local Security Policy Console
3.Group Policy Console
I guess my question is.. How can I make this notification 'silent'? (or disable the notification altogether)
I need the program that the blocked file comes with, but had to disable that portion of it.
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