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Quick question. I have a terminal services user that I want to disable. Problem is, the account is being used by many. I want to be able to have a logon banner stating the account is going away. Its a win2k/xp domain.
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create a GPO on the OU that that user is in,, give the user read and apply gpo rights,,,, below is a link that tells you the path to the logon message option.

http://windows.about.com/library/tips/bltip333.htm

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