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Office 2003 - Certificates for Code Signing

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I am using the "VeriSign Class 3 Code Signing" certificate for signing
my Access program in Office 2003.

Up to now, when program was installed on client machine, a form was
appearing and user was selecting option "Always trust files from this
publisher.....". With these steps Certificate was installed and
security warnings of Office 2003 were not appearing again.

On another machine, these steps didn't succed. When viewing the
certificate details, a message was given saying "Windows does not have
enought information to verify this certificate."

I exported the certificates below (included in the certification path
of my certificate) from my machine and installed them on user's
machine.
* Class 3 Public Primary Certification Authority
* VeriSign C3 Code Signing 2001 CA

My certificate now is properly installed, I don't have in certificate
details "Windows does not have enough....." but Access still gives the
security messages for blocking unsafe expressions which should
disappear since my certificate is trusted.
Why Access still gives these security messages ?

Nov 13 '05 #1
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