I guess that is what you would call these things anyways... You know... those messages that pop up the first time you go to a secure site after logging in with a new profile. The most common one is the one that says "When you send information to the Internet, it might be possible for others to see that information. Do you want to continue?" And then it has a checkbox that says "In the future, do not show this message." Well, when I click on the checkbox to enable the "In the future, do not show this message" IT STILL APPEARS!! It keep reappearing because of the security software I have installed (DeepFreeze), but if I can disable them through the group policy I wouldn't have to worry about them again.
Is there some registry key or something I could put into my group policy to stop these messages from popping up on all of the computers on the network every time someone goes to a page that requires them to send info over the net? There are a few other messages that pop up similar to that one. The only other one that is REALLY bothersome though is the Internet Explorer popup blocker included with SP2. Is there a way to stop that message from popping up the first time it blocks a popup saying "A popup has been blocked. Click the popup bar at the top of the page for more info blah blah blah"?
Usually for something like this Windows makes a file in your profile or something after you click the checkbox to ignore the message the next time, and that will stop them from popping up again. I haven't been able to find anything like that though. So maybe there is a registry key for it or something. I just would like a way to disable these messages once and for all on all the machines on my network.