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Corporate warning banner to all users when they start Internet Explorer

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I need a way to display the corporate internet policy to all domain users when they start internet explorer.  I looked through the internet explorer administrative template, but didn't see a way to add it directly there (unless I missed it)  Does anyone have this working, or able to point me in the right direction?
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by:Jay_Jay70
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Hi itgrouptn,

you can set a small message across the top of the browser window OR you can set a logon message for windows, i know of no way to set this for IE though
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I can't think of a way to do this either.

The best I can come up with is to create a web page with the information that you want, then use group policy to hard code this as the home page in to Internet Explorer - so that the users cannot change it. I have seen that done loads of times.

Simon.
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After doing further research, I've decided to just use the dedicated homepage that contains the acceptable internet use policy.  Thanks for your help.
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