When you click on a Download Demo button and begin downloading our software,
you first see a box that looks like this:
Click Run to begin
downloading the setup file to a temporary folder.
Then you might see a
box that looks like this:
This is a common message
users will receive when trying to run an executable file (".exe") directly
from the internet:
When using Internet
While an anti-virus
software is running on their machine.
Just click Run
and let the software continue installing. All of our software are
self-encapsulated programs; they install to one folder only and do not
use any other resources from your computer.
There are ways to
remove this warning from future downloads. One way is to click Save
(instead of Run) when downloading. After the program is saved, go
and double-click on the icon to run it and you will see a warning that
looks like this:
This is the same
warning as before, but this time it displays a check box that says
"Always ask before opening this file". Uncheck that
Another solution which
works on Windows VISTA is as follows:
Click Start-->Run and type gpedit.msc.
2. Go to User Configuration-->Administrative Templates-->Windows
3. Add "*.exe" to the "Inclusion list for
moderate risk file types" setting. You can also add other file
This should disable the "Publisher Could Not Be Verified"
messages from appearing for that file type in the future.
Please do not hesitate to send us an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions, comments or if
you come across something that would contribute to this section.