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RTD Function not working in Windows 7 64bit and Excel 2010 32bit/ 64bit

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    Exclamation RTD Function not working in Windows 7 64bit and Excel 2010 32bit/ 64bit

    RTD function is not working in windows 7 64bit with excel 2010. It only displaying "N/A".
    I have tried in both 64bit and 32bit excel.

    Let me know if any of you have solution for this problem.

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    Re: RTD Function not working in Windows 7 64bit and Excel 2010 32bit/ 64bit

    RTD servers should be digitally signed. If an RTD server is not digitally signed, the server may not load, and a #N/A will be displayed in the cell(s) referencing the RTD server.
    you can review security settings by using the Trust Center. This can be accessed by from File > Options > Trust Centre
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    Re: RTD Function not working in Windows 7 64bit and Excel 2010 32bit/ 64bit

    I have checked the security settings and that is fine.
    I want to know anyone else with windows 7 64bit using this function.

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    Re: RTD Function not working in Windows 7 64bit and Excel 2010 32bit/ 64bit

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