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Data Access Pages getting messages in browser

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I have created data access pages for my database that is sitting in a shared
folder on the network so all my users have access to it. Everything works
perfectly.
I have 2 data access pages built. One is for editing or adding entries to
the database. The second is for running a report listing all the current
entries.

Everything works perfectly but there is one little quirk I haven't figured
out yet.

When a user opens the data access pages they get a message in the browser.
(All running latest versions of IE 6 with all patches and updates).

The message is
{Microsoft Data Access Components}
"This Website uses a data provider that may be unsafe. If you trust the
website, click OK, otherwise click Cancel"

Now if the user hits OK everything works fine. I know this isn't a major
problem but the users are getting a little annoyed and I'm sure there is a
correct way to handle this message.

I believe I can turn off some security in the browser to clear this message
so that it doesn't appear but I was hoping there would be some way to do
this the right way so I don't have to reduce security settings in the
browser.

Thanks for all your help.

Doc
Nov 13 '05 #1
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