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    How can I create a webpage in internet explorer which the students have to click ok to before they can access the internet?

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    Re: Accept internet policy before IE loads

    I'm not sure you can do it for IE alone. Usually the AUP is displayed at logon.

    If that is what you meant then it's located in AD

    Computer Configuration - Windows Settings - Security Settings - Local Policies - Security Options and its 2 of the Interactive logons you are after.

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    Re: Accept internet policy before IE loads

    How can you set an AUP at logon, do they have to accept it to allow logon to continue?

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    Re: Accept internet policy before IE loads

    Quote Originally Posted by adamyoung
    How can you set an AUP at logon, do they have to accept it to allow logon to continue?
    Look at the path I listed above and all will be clear You just need to type in your AUP message.

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    Re: Accept internet policy before IE loads

    Excellent Snap Shot

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    Re: Accept internet policy before IE loads

    I wrote a little app in VB, if you click Accept it loads IE, if you click Decline it terminates

    My first VB app, using MS VB Express 2005, which is free!

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    Re: Accept internet policy before IE loads

    I know this thread is quite old but I thought I would add my tuppence worth.
    I got round the problem by using a shortcut to Iexplorer but in kiosk mode with the hme page being the acceptable use page.
    This had an accept button that opened a new window for ie that then gave them access to the internet.

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    Re: Accept internet policy before IE loads

    If I had to do this, I'd set the default homepage to a script on our Intranet. When the script is loaded, it would check a database of users and whether or not they accept/decline the AUP (bare with me ) - if they accepted it - redirect to our Intranet portal-type page or Google. If declined or not logged on before, show the AUP with Accept/Decline actions. The response would then be sent to said database.

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