Updated on April 21, 2016
How to disable Security Warning for untrusted sources in Visual Studio
Better safe than sorry, no doubt and security is important but sometimes exaggerated care can get annoying. Visual Studio sometimes is a candidate for that in my eyes, especially when asking me if I trust solutions that I created by myself. The warning is absolutely right, you should definately not trust any solution you download from the web and run it on your machine. But I am organizing my code on a network share and that is rason enough for Visual Studio to ask me every time, if I really want to open a project that I created. By myself. In Visual Studio…
If you have similar problems, here it how to disable the warning. Simply head over to the Tools -> Options menu, search for the Projects and Solution cathegory and disable the Warn user when the project location is untrusted settings. No more “You should only open projects from a trustworthy source” warning for you!