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EcoStruxure Control expert v14 - Deactivating DEP cause Integrity check message

Here is a short explanation of DEP:
"The primary benefit of DEP is to help prevent code execution from data pages. Typically, code is not executed from the default heap and the stack. Hardware-enforced DEP detects
code that is running from these locations and raises an exception when execution occurs. Software-enforced DEP can help prevent malicious code from taking advantage of exceptionhandling
mechanisms in Windows"

For more information see
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/875352#bookmark-6
Some “old generation” DTMs generated years ago, are not compatible with DEP.  When Unity Pro loads it, Windows detects a risk in regards to DEP and throws an error.

Further details in the FAQ 
https://www.se.com/ww/en/faqs/FA325919/

For Control Expert v14 there is a dedicated hotfix to avoid this warning massage. 

User should install ControlExpert_V140_HF0450243R DEP deactivation available on SE.com
 
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