<prop oor:name="SecureURL" oor:type="oor:string-list">
Villeroy wrote:That registry has it's system-tree in the install directory, merged with a user-tree in the user's profile.
<prop oor:name="MacroSecurityLevel" oor:type="xs:int">
brennanmaxwell wrote:I tried it and it did not work. I am assuming that you just use cscript to run it? I also noticed that it is changing the comon.xcu file that in the user profile, is this correct?
|Edit: On further investigation of the website Villeroy mentioned, it seems there is an alternate way to go about this using extensions. I will have a quick look into this and if warranted will create the appropriate extension for this, but I think the result will be the same (although this would make it platform non-specific actually so yeh, might be good).|
bobban wrote:It doesn't because this entry is only written when a change is made to security level through the options dialog. So, I have modified that script to write this entry in if not found
. Interestingly the value for macro security is in the install directory version, but has been given no value, which is surprising (so unless I am missing it somewhere else it looks that the default is hard coded).
<value>$(user)/temp $(work)/ file:///home/claudia/Desktop $(temp)/Macro</value>
This is because macros in documents are disabled by default. The trusted directories affect macro-documents moved to the respective directorie(s).
I played around with the trusted directories:
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