How to add a disclaimer window between Ctrl +alt+del and the loggon box

Posted on 2007-08-01
Last Modified: 2010-04-26
Please can someone help!

I need to add a disclaimer window that will appear when users please Ctrl +alt+del prior to getting
thier logon window when loging on to a windows 2003 domain.

I know it can be done as we have it running on another site. But can't remember how!!!
Question by:stuartarundel
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    Expert Comment

    In the GPO, you are looking for this:

    Computer Configuration
    Windows Settings
    Security Settings
    Local Policies/Security Options
    Interactive Logon

    Enter text here

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    Accepted Solution

    You may want to create a separate GPO for this.  

    Use the Group Policy Mgmt Console (GPMC) to access the policies in your domain.


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