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Latest Security Play
<rant>I am rapidly finding out that Windows 7 designers have made a rookie security-101 mistake (seriously) - in the enthusiasm to make everything really secure, make it so complicated that people just turn it all off.... </rant>
drama aside, I am upacking a zip file from a trusted source. The Zip file contains a Visual Stusio 2010 project in VB.Net. Thus it also contains a file called AssemblyInfo.vb.
Windows 7 in its infinite wisdom has decided that I need to be protected from myself and refuses to let me unpack that file.
I already have UAC turned off entirely due to another Windows 7 issue, but to no avail in this case.
How do I get Windows 7 to let me run my own machine and unpack this zip?
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