EduGeek AUP Informant Thread, Bug in 1.5.1 in Projects:; Been using it for a few weeks now, but Ive noticed that often I'll get an email saying a user ...
29th September 2008, 12:11 PM #1
Bug in 1.5.1
Been using it for a few weeks now, but Ive noticed that often I'll get an email saying a user has declined the AUP, but when I check the ini file in their documents it says Accepted
Which should I believe? dont want to collar anyone for not accepting it if they actually have!
I will upgrade to 1.6 over the half term, where I assume the bug is fixed (?) but just wondering what to do until then. Its fairly annoying having to manually check each person we get an email about
29th September 2008, 01:33 PM #2
This isn't actually a bug, though it should be documented I accept. If the user declines the policy, you'll get an email and the program will write "Not Accepted" to the file.
If the AUP is then shown again and they then accept, you won't get an email this time but the file will be updated to read "Accepted", hence the difference.
29th September 2008, 01:59 PM #3
how do they get to see the prompt again?.
29th September 2008, 03:04 PM #4
Thats cool, but Im receiving the email saying it was declined even when Accepted has been written to the file - eg at the same time
Originally Posted by bizzel
It does seem to only occur on users who I've already deleted the aup.ini file for (as above - how do you get the prompt to appear again without deleting that file?)
15th October 2008, 01:13 PM #5
- Rep Power
The prompt again
I agree and would like to see the prompt appear every time a user does not accept the policy.
At present when the user does not accept the policy the next time they log on they can access the internet without issue.
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