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TRUSTEDPATHS

Specifies the folders from which CADSTA has permission to load and execute application files, such as LSP, FAS, VLX, ARX or DBX.

Type:

String

Saved in:

Registry

Initial value:

Varies

Note: This system variable is only available in CADSTA 2014 or newer.

It is recommended to always set the TRUSTEDPATHS system variable to unique, read-only folders where the trusted applications are located.

The following file types are affected by TRUSTEDPATHS:

ARX, DBX, CRX, HDI files

LSP, FAS, VLX, MNL, SCR, DAS files

acad.rx

CADSTAMax.rx

DLL files

.NET assemblies

JavaScript

VBA macros (DVB files)

Note: The AutoCAD or AutoCAD LT install folder, CADSTA folders and all their subfolders are always set to trusted.

Valid strings include the following:

Use semicolons to separate multiple folder paths.

Use "" (an empty string) or "." (a perid) to empty the TRHASTEDPATHS.

Use "\..." (backslash and three dots) or "/..." (forwardslash and three dots) to include all its subfolders.

Note: TRUSTEDPATHS doesn't add or remove a path to Support File Search Path. It simply provides permission use to an existing folder.

Examples

$(setq spaths (getvar "TRUSTEDPATHS"))

"C:\\Program Files\\CADSTA"

$(setq newpaths (strcat spaths ";" "C:\\My lisps"))

"C:\\Program Files\\CADSTA;C:\\My lisps"

$(setvar "TRUSTEDPATHS" newpaths)

T

Command: TRUSTEDPATHS Enter new value for TRUSTEDPATHS, or . for none <...>: C:/My lisp

Related References

SECURELOAD

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