Group Policy change by Batch File

I want to edit the interactive logon message within the local policy security options.  Can this be done automatically with a batch file?  (Windows XP Pro)
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You can run a vb script file from a batch file see the previous answer.

So all you need now is to write a script to modify the local policy.
POINTGREENAuthor Commented:
Yea, that's what I'm looking for the answer to my original question.  How can you edit the local policy within a batch file?  I'm looking for specific commands here, not just a yes or no...
Ok I have worked this out for you.

You need to follow the instructions on this MS article and edit the registry key in the picture.

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