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PM 2.6 + patch generates files with wrong security settings when publishing to Web

Hello, After patching my Bizagi Process Modeler 2.6 today with the fix for the guid's and diagram URLs, I could no longer open the 'index.html' in my local browser (IE 10). I could open the 'index.html' for another process model from before the patch fine, but double-clicking on any 'index.html' file generated after the patch resulted in IE showing a 'blank screen'. I took me a while before finding out that it had something to do with file security settings on the files generated by publishing to the web. They appear to the OS as coming from another computer and need to be explicitly unblocked before they can be used in IE. A screenshot of the properties for index.html right after generation is attached to this post. Once I click the Unblock button, I can launch index.html perfectly fine in IE 10. I did see all the generated files have this security setting and would potentially need unblocking ? Please advise ....Can you please investigate this and make sure the generated files get the correct security setting ?

PS: I am running W7 64-Bit and Bizagi 2.6.0.4 64-Bit, patched with 06BMOD-182_x64.zip. Best Regards,

Johan Mutsaerts

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Dear Johan,

Thank you for your feedback.

We clarify that the fix provides newer versions of those files used in the Web publication of Bizagi (i.e, a newer "index.html" file).

And therefore, because such files are identified by your OS as potentially harmful, they are initially blocked by your OS (given that these were downloaded from a external .zip).

When installing these type of fixes, please consider the previous annotation so that you can replace files and unblock them for proper use.

Best regards,

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Dear Johan,

Thank you for your feedback.

We clarify that the fix provides newer versions of those files used in the Web publication of Bizagi (i.e, a newer "index.html" file).

And therefore, because such files are identified by your OS as potentially harmful, they are initially blocked by your OS (given that these were downloaded from a external .zip).

When installing these type of fixes, please consider the previous annotation so that you can replace files and unblock them for proper use.

Best regards,