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Updating logon warning on NT

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I want to add a warning notice when clients log on to the NT Server, but I don't want to type the whole warning from the keyboard.  Is there some way to import this text banner into the registry when I must change this notice.
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Yes! You can use the system policy editor. It has a built in option for editing this logon banner.

If you have not used the policy editor, you should look into it. You'll be glad you did.

You didn't think it would be that simple did you. <G>

-Tom
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