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    Customising Winlogon error messages

    Hi, I am, like many others i'm sure, sick and tired of having to walk half way across the site to attend to a student who is attempting to logon to the local computer rather than the domain!

    To this end, my question is this: Does anybody know of a way to customise the "you've got your username or p/word wrong" dialog box, so that you can create your own error message, preferably adding that you need to CHECK the domain box!

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    Jonathan Hambleton
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    Reddish Vale Tech College

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    Re: Customising Winlogon error messages

    Why not just overwrite the registry keys in a startup script, so the domain box is always pointing to the correct domain?

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