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legal notice using group Policy

Posted on 2012-12-27
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I want to configure "Legal Notice" when user press Alt+Ctr+Del in domain, I have tried to configure "Legal Notice" using GP path as below

Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Local Policies > Security Options --> Interactive Logon : Message text for users attempting to log on

But I am not getting any output, Kindly advice me how to configure it.
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Is this policy applied to an OU that contains your computers ?
Have you rebooted the computers SINCE the policy was created?
Tried a GPUPDATE /FORCE ?
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I have run GPUPDATE /FORCE 5 times and reboot computer 2 times
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Is this policy applied to an OU that contains your computers ?
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by:Neil Russell
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The above article only explains how to use formatted legal text.  It does not address any issue at all with the GPO not applying, the question being asked.
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Neilsr,

Yes, My computers is under that policy
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by:Mike Kline
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Can you run an RSoP report for one of those computers and post it?  Sounds like you are close here.

Thanks

Mike
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Is this a policy that you created JUST for this or have you added into another policy?
At what level exactly does the policy sit? At domain level or in an OU?
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