AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

After the reinstalling of OS (WIN 7 64 bit ultimate), AutoCAD 2014 64 bit sp1 and nXt 318b I put the nXt to be loaded during the start of AutoCAD into applications startup briefcase. But now, each time I start ACAD, alert window pops up (see attached) 3 or 4 times and I have to confirm 3-4 times to load it. How can I get rid of that? Never had that problem in the past. Thanks in advance for any insight.

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Sorry folks for posting that without previous investigation :) Problem solved simply by deactivating the check of loading applications only from trusted sources or publishers in Options dialogue box -> System tab -> Security part by pressing Exec. file settings and selecting first option there. Have a nice day all!

If you want to keep that security in place you can add the path to nXt to your "Trusted" paths using the Paths tab of the Options DB.

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