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This error will happen if you forgot to reboot the computer after installing the first part of Simply Safety (Visual C++ Distributable).

You can manually install the reg keys using the procedure below:

  1. Use the search in Windows 7 or Windows 8 and type in “regedit.exe”;
  2. Allow Microsoft Windows Registry Editor to make changes to your system;
  3. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Access\Security\Trusted Locations;
  4. Add a DWORD by right clicking the Trusted Locations directory, selecting New > DWORD (32-bit) Value [or 64 bit QWORD as required];
  5. Change the name of the DWORD to “AllowNetworkLocations”;
  6. Right click and modify the DWORD using “1” as the value;
  7. Now add a new KEY to the Trusted Locations directory by right clicking the directory and selecting New > Key (You can rename this to something meaningful);
  8. Right click the new Key and select New > Expandable String Value (for runtime 2013, just String Value for earlier version);
  9. Change the name of this file to “Path” and then right-click and modify… the Value Data to the path or network name required (ie “Z:\” or “\servername” );
  10. To include sub directories as trusted locations, add a DWORD by right clicking the new key, selecting New > DWORD (32-bit) Value [or 64 bit QWORD as required];
  11. Change the name of this DWORD to “AllowSubfolders” and right click and modify… the DWORD using “1” as the value;
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