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Prompt users to read internet policy document at logon

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I need to display our internet & email policy document when a user tries to log on to the network.
The user will be presented with 2 buttons at the end of the document. User will have to click  the 'accept' button to be given network access. If the 'don't accept' button is clicked, access will be denied.

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After authentication, do you have scripts setup that run?  You can add one there that will prompt the user like you say, and if it is not accepted or not clicked, issue a log off request/sutdown.

What system are you suing?  What is the OS of the Client/Server?

Arnold
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