2738Re: [V4Protocol] Re: Error message from WIN7
- Mar 20, 2012Finn,He is not looking at or reading about permissions in Win 7This should apply to all Win 7 versions I believe.On the zip file as received via email.1) Save the file to a working area ...some scratch directory.2) Bring up the file explorer and right click on the zip file and select properties3) The properties window should have 4 tabs General, Security, Details, Previous Versions4) On the General tab if the file has been blocked at the bottom is a Security notice:
“This file came from another computer and might be blocked to protect this computer”Click on the Unblock button. Then Apply and OK This will remove the block and permit unzipping.Rick
Rick. I have sent ur workaround to my local friend la8en. No joy. Same issue. Ur workaround did not work. He has now: W7 ultimate wich gives no property changing options according to him.
New ideas? He has just gone from XP and Vista to WIN7 Ultimate. 73 de LA7UM Finn.
--- In mailto:V4Protocol%40yahoogroups.com, "la7um" <la7um@...> wrote:
>answer, and then there will be a new V4 User from LA, + probably also RMS E/Winmor. A TS TS590 owner. 73 Finn/LA7UM
> Thanks Rick. I'll forward the
> >files that are potentially dangerous (.exe, .zip, etc) that are received by email are set by properties to be save. You simply go in and change the properties that allow them to be opened (eg. for zip files).
> > In WIN7
> > Subject: [V4Protocol] Error message from WIN7Norman, but his WIN7 sais:"this file appears to be harmful to your computer and is therefore blocked".
> > Hi, a buddy has got the file, accepted by Norton and
> >help lowering level on his firewall and shield either.
> > He tells me that it doesn't
> >have XP Home at home, and have no problem. I am unfamiliar with WIN7
> > So far he has not told me more about details.
> > I
> > Any ideas?
> > 73. Finn/LA7UM
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