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There is a web.config setting you can add to disable the security check that results in this pop-up message (which is described in: https://livelibrary.osisoft.com/LiveLibrary/content/en/vision-v1/GUID-9255B1CE-60BA-4057-B24B-AA658DDE0E94). The specific setting is:
<add key="NavigationLinkSecurityOverride" value="true"/>
It is important to note that the prompt occurs due to a security check that is being performed. In this case, the user is being warned that they are leaving the current site to ensure they are aware and that is what they intended to do. Even though they eventually end up back on the same site, the link tracker URL is first taking them through another site. In addition to this check, there are other checks to protect against malicious links being entered that would be disabled if you add the NavigationLinkSecurityOverride setting.
Thanks for the information. It's unfortunate there isn't an option to override only specific domains versus bypassing all security settings, such as how X-Frame-Options can be set to allow-from <site>.