VSSecurityWarning

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 moreĀ  “You should only open projects from a trustworthy source” warning for you!

VSSecurityWarningDisableSettings


Robin-Manuel Thiel

At daylight, Robin-Manuel talks about new IT trends and development. But at night he turns into a tinker and developer which sometimes leads to insufficient sleep. He loves cool technologies, cross-platform and everything with a power-plug or IP address.

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