microsoft products being what they are, TIMTOWTHI (There Is More Than One Way To Hack It) applies. I am sure you will find a way to bypass it. My favourite from this extensive list is to run it via rundll32.exe gmake.dll,main. (most likely you don't have gmake.dll but you can create it in another machine). Can windows be that dumb? Computer says maybe (<<-youtube link)
also running it via cmd.exe may be another loophole: cmd /K "C:\SomeFolder\MyApp.exe"
p.s. TIMTOWTHU (There Is More Than One Way To Hack Undoubtedly) and that's written on stone.
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