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Use Policy Confirmation when logging in

Posted on 2006-03-30
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Last Modified: 2013-12-04
Is it possible to have a Acceptable Use Policy with an 'I agree' button come up on log in? Hopefully a 'Disagree' which will og them out??

We have been asked by our Board to provide this solution ASAP

We use Group Policy on Win 2003 servers / XP clients.
Question by:ellisj2006
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Certainly: using group policy > Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Local policies > Security options

There are two items you can configure to display a message text to users that are about to log on.

Interactive: message text to users attempting to log on
Interactive: message title to users attempting to log on

Use this to display a disclaimer/AUP message and dialog box title before users can log on.
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This doesn't have a Agree/Disagree button, btw, but it prompts BEFORE entering username and password.

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