You may be tempted to hit the Unblock button, but this just leads down a path of having to do it manually for many many files. We really want to avoid this, don't we?
Luckily PowerShell comes to our rescue by offering us a cmdlet, appropriately named Unblock-File
. You can see below the command that we use to resolve the issue.[code]dir "*" | Unblock-File -verbose;[/code]I have made the choice of piping all files in the folder to the Unblock-File
cmdlet. I also elected to use the Verbose
parameter in order to see the process as it runs, you may omit it if you prefer.
Please run this only
in the folder containing Remote Desktop Manager. This is a security mechanism to protect you and you should run it only for applications that you trust.As always, please let us know your thoughts by using the comment feature of the blog. You can also visit our forums to get help and submit feature requests, you can find them here