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    Please forgive my ignorance, but is there any way to get rid of the warning a user gets when opening a .exe file? I don't want people to think my .exe file is infected with a virus. (I will be sending it via e-mail.) People who don't know a lot about computers could be scared off by the warning.

    Thanks so much for your help.

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    Beyond the Sea
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    What warning are they getting?

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    Hi Kraken,

    I can't remember the warning word for word, but it says something like "don't accept things from people you don't know... this could be an infected file..."

    I am currently traveling and I can't tell you the warning exactly. I believe it's the standard warning most people get when they open a .exe file.

    I'm new to creating .exe files and I've never paid much attention to them (or warnings) in the past.

    Thanks for taking the time to help!


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    Talking hmmm

    It sounds like your talking about AOL, and in that case, theres nothing you can do, its just a standard thing to sugar coated crap users of AOl.


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