Add new term blocked by security settings
Thread poster: Jo Macdonald

Jo Macdonald  Identity Verified
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Jun 15, 2013

Hi folks,
When I try to right click on terms selected in Studio 2011 to "Add new term" to the termbase I'm getting an "Application blocked by security settings" pop-up.

Here are the details:
Name: EditController
From: file:/C:/Program Files (x86)/Common Files/SDL/.../
Your security settings have blocked a local application from running.

I've added Studio and Workbench paths to Excluded Processes in Microsoft Essentials when I started using MSE and have no other probs with these programs. I looked for Multiterm.exe to add that but couldn't find it, or this EditController. The pop-up doesn't show the full path.
Any ideas?
Thanks
Jo

I'm using:
Windows 7 64
Studio 2011
Microsoft security essentials
All updated


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Bernard Lieber  Identity Verified
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Java Issue Jun 15, 2013

Hi Jo,

This is a known issue. Control Panel -> Java -> Security -> set to Medium.

HTH,

Bernard


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Jo Macdonald  Identity Verified
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Sorted Jun 15, 2013

Thanks Bernard, working fine now.
Have a great weekend.
Jo


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