I have seen the following question, but this is different: Get rid of Vista security warning
I wanted to make a convenience .bat script for fast cleanup (deleting several files in current directory). If i make such a .bat script in my home folder on my local computer, I can run it freely without security warnings.
However, when I copy it to H: (which resides on some central server, not my computer), I will suddenly start to get security warnings (of the type "Open File - Security Warning"). How can I get rid of this?
Notice that this is a .bat script. When you rightclick and choose properties on an .exe file, you will get the option to "unblock" the application. For .bat scripts, I do not seem to get that option though.
EDIT: Preferrably i would like a solution which does not require administrator permissions, if possible.