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If you have recently installed HomeBase 2.3 on a newer computer (Windows 7 or Vista), you may be encountering a “User Account Control” dialog box that pops up whenever you launch the HomeBase program. The dialog will contain text similar to the following:
Do you want to allow the following program from an unknown publisher to make changes to this computer?
While not a serious issue, the dialog box can become an annoyance. However, the solution to the problem is relatively straightforward:
*If the first part of the Target’s path is NOT “C:\Program Files\Homebase”, the program has been installed in a non-standard location, and you should contact Customer Support for further assistance.
The next time you open HomeBase, you should no longer encounter the dialog box.