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I would like to set up a message so when domain users logon to the PC they get a message about network usage, so they have to see the message before logging on? using server 2003 AD, all PC's are joined to the domain...please provide instructions or good how to articles
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Is this where i make the change?
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Yes, the selected one is the for the title of the dialog box where the message appears, and the one above it is the actual message.
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Thanks...i'll typr up my message then enable these two objects...
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