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In active directory how to setup welcome notes to users

OS      windows 2003 server


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If you want it to appear on all machines
Open the Domain Security Policy
Go To
Computer Configuration
    Windows Settings
        Security Settings
            Local Policies
               Security Options

Type me notes/text in the 'Interactive Logon: Message Text for users attempting to log on' option
and s suitable title in the 'Interactive Logon: Message Title for users attempting to log on' option

Close the console and at the command prompt type GPUPDATE /force to apply the policy
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thanks for tips . my question whether i type my message in 'Interactive Logon: Message Text for users attempting to log on' option or    point a template can you give some screen shots
 
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