That’s weird. All I’m trying to do is install Microsoft SQL 2014, downloaded from the Microsoft site, on an Internet-connected computer.
There is no option to “run anyway” as there used to be. But you can circumvent this thin layer of protection in the file’s properties:
- Right-click the file and click “Properties”.
- Check the “Unblock” box at the bottom of the Properties page and then click “OK”.
Now you can run the file with the usual UAC or SmartScreen prompts.