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Adding "I Agree" checkbox to the Windows logon banner.

Posted on 2007-12-05
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Hi,

Does anyone know a way of adding an "I Agree" checkbox to the Windows logon banner so that user's have to check the box before being able to click OK?

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Have a look at this link :
http://www.registry.windowsreinstall.com/customloginmessage.htm

Instead of checkbox, you could have a "Clicking ok will confirm you agree with the conditions" message.
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by:Cro0707
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Start|Run, type: gpedit.msc

Go to Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Local policy\Security Options\ and locate policy named "Interactive logon: Message text for users attempting to log on". Enter your message. Policy below is for title, so you can also enter title of you message.

When PC boots up, user will see this message. The only button that he can press is OK, so that mean that everything you put in he must agree with it. Pix: http://www.visualwin.com/Log-in/logon-message.png

Hope this help!
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I'm more looking to add an additional box to it, so that a user can't inadvertently click OK to the agreement without clicking the checkbox first.  Anyone any ideas?
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Not going to be doable natively within AD; would need to deploy a third-party tool.  I'm not personally aware of any that will do what you're describing, but I'm sure that one exists.
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by:Cro0707
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This is not possible, because Microsoft did not implement this function to OS enviroment.

Do to so, you will need some 3th party applications or build your own, but this theme is for some other discussion and zone.

Hope this help!
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Thanks, thought that would be the answer but thought I'd ask to make sure.
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