There are several registry keys that control various aspects of Office File Validation.
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office.0\Common\Security\File Validation \Reporting Interval – This is a DWORD that controls the number of days between the showing of the dialog to send files to Windows Error Reporting.
I also wonder if it isn't kind of a penalty to try to get you to update to a newer version of Office in disguise as a security feature.
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In searching for any related posts, I see that there is an equivalent for Office 2010, so unless they made great improvements in the processing, a lot of other people are having degraded file activity on Office products as well.
That is, unless they are used to it because they hadn't blocked the update in their previous OS.
If you select "Uninstall Updates", on the listing of successful updates, you get a list of many updates which have been applied.
(Most of which are not listed on the previous page's list of installed updates. ) That particular update, however, is not listed even though it shows on the previous page.
If it is determined to be valid, it opens as normal, nothing to see…move along…move along.
However if it is found to be invalid, it is sent (by default) to the Protected View.
If I have to put up with such degraded performance from my Office products I may just revert to Windows 7.
Edit: I am assuming this is because I had the option to get updates for other Microsoft products checked.
There have been some misconceptions about the new file validation feature in Microsoft Office 2010 and I hope to clear these up and explain the why and what.