Tb-Scout v2.5 represents content from a trustworthy source

There might be just one type of warning message, shown below, that you may see when you try to start Tb‑Scout v2.5 for the first time.

It is safe to open Tb-Scout v2.5 in your computer. It does not contain unsafe content. This type of message is generic, which depends on the configuration of your computer and on the Microsoft 365 (i.e., Office) set up.

The message reads:

"Microsoft Access Security Notice
A potential security concern has been identified.
Warning: It is not possible to determine that this content came from a trustworthy source. You should leave this content disabled unless the content provides critical functionality and you trust its source.
File Path: [Location of Tb-Scout v2.5]
This file might contain unsafe content that could harm your computer. Do you want to open this file or cancel the operation?"

Trusted documents - active content

However, you can always trust this file, already vetted by the RWS AppStore, and click [Open].

The application will automatically become a trusted document in a trusted location (i.e, the location where you install the application). What this means is that you can confidently open the application each time without any warning messages.

If you want to know more about this subject, and just for informational purposes, please visit these web pages with information provided directly by Microsoft:












What you need to know before using Tb-Scout v2.5