Can Zotero not sign certificates?
Our university doesn't allow us to use unsigned certificates, so Zotero is not going to work on on any university-owned computers. Is there a way that Zotero can be a "trusted" entity so that our students, faculty and staff can stop having trouble using the Word functionality of Zotero without having to do locally illegal and maybe impossible overrides of security settings?
dstillmanZotero's Windows .dotm is already signed, and has been for years. It's up to your IT department to decide whether a given publisher is trusted.
dstillmanedited August 10, 2020(In fact, we started signing the template in response to your thread back in 2017.)
rbrekhusThank you. This is very good to know. I'll go back and bug my IT department about it. Is this also true for Mac OS (since you specified the Windows .dotm)?
dstillmanWord doesn't support macro signatures on macOS.