Remove security warnings for Access databases that are not in trusted locations

One common gripe among MS Access 2007, Access 2010, and Access 2013 users is the security warning that is displayed every time you open a database from a non-trusted location. The error looks like this:

MS Access Trusted Location

To compound the issue, many people use the Access Runtime which makes it even harder to create or add trusted locations.

Thankfully, there is a fix from the Access Community – the addpath utility. To use this little gem just put it in the location you want to trust and double click. That’s it.

AddPath2010 – For Access 2010

AddPath2013 – For Access 2013

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