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I suggest you read mine if you skipped it.. I feel it to be pretty professional.. well.. most of it
hehe it got in before my reply, thats why i missed it
thats a great job on that - thing is the PCs are using Vista and XP not win2k
(how ever i am sure their is another way to setup the messages on XP/Vista)

(and thank you for not flaming and just helping)

keep the ideas coming OCN
Edited by William151515 - 12/21/08 at 10:05pm
post #22 of 51
i'm gonna agree with mudd, this idea is kinda ridiculous...

we had an "acceptable use policy" in high school, basically said you can't look up porn or download music...they weren't my computers though, it was an "environment" like a business would be..

as a "certified pc technician" or w/e, you shouldn't care what people do to their own computers...its what they do that brings you business...

its almost like dell putting a reminder on every pc they sell saying...don't do anything bad with your computer...
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i'm gonna agree with mudd, this idea is kinda ridiculous...

we had an "acceptable use policy" in high school, basically said you can't look up porn or download music...they weren't my computers though, it was an "environment" like a business would be..

as a "certified pc technician" or w/e, you shouldn't care what people do to their own computers...its what they do that brings you business...

its almost like dell putting a reminder on every pc they sell saying...don't do anything bad with your computer...
being a computer technician its not about "acceptable use policy". its about privacy policy as in client/customer privacy won't be divulged unless there is a threat to life and/or national security.
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well let me explain something...

2k = nt 5.0
xp = nt 5.1
vista = nt 6.0

So what that means, is both vista and xp are evolved from win2k, which is derived from earlier versions of NT etc.

So yeah, to sum it up, it still works

Start > Run > gpedit.msc

vista ultimate right here, just tried, werks.
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well let me explain something...

2k = nt 5.0
xp = nt 5.1
vista = nt 6.0

So what that means, is both vista and xp are evolved from win2k, which is derived from earlier versions of NT etc.

So yeah, to sum it up, it still works

Start > Run > gpedit.msc

vista ultimate right here, just tried, werks.
if some computer repairman did a gpedit on my PC and tried to hack my registry i'd be PISSED....fyi

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if you actually read my proposed aup, you will notice that I designed it strictly for the original idea of this thread as he stated it to be. I did NOT suggest he run around creating pre-logon popups on peoples newly formatted popup-free PC.

EDIT

Hi, my name is SuperK and im an alco.. wait.. no.

Im just that guy who likes helping the people everybody else flames
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post #27 of 51
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guys you don't seem to know what a Acceptable use policy is

its not a reminder that don't do this and that

all it is a LEGAL document that states what you can and can not do on a PC (legally)
and that you have been explained by the PC tech who has maintained/fixed/setup your PC that you know/are fully aware of what you can and can not do (legally) on a pc and basically you can't be held liable because the user has signed that they know all about the law and so on

its not stopping users from doing what ever they want its just saying the legal/illegal things you can do on a pc, and that its been explained so that the user is aware of this and they sign the contract so that the PC tech person is not liable for anything they do on there PC, they can do what ever they want, it doesn't matter
they wont be monitored / reported or anything its a just incase they are caught doing it

the point is just to clearly state that the person you setup/fixed the PC for knows about the law, that way your not held liable for anything they do on the computer, and they can't say they didn't know it was illegal in caught and make you liable (for not explaining to them about the law)

all the Acceptable use policy does is INFORM them of what they can/cannot do
and makes the PC tech person not liable for it by them signing that they have read it
and understand and it just puts it down on paper

thats all it is

why you guys making such a big deal out of it
i honestly don't care if people do illegal things on the PC, how ever as a PC tech Support person you have to get the people you setup/fix computers to read a Acceptable use policy that states the illegal things you are not allowed to do on the PC, and that they have read it and understand, and signed it, there for it makes you not liable for anything they do

i don't want a login reminder, that can be annoying and is not necessary
i just need to make a Word Document (1 page) that states this in a formal way
Edited by William151515 - 12/21/08 at 11:14pm
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so far i have had 2 people help, and the rest are being immature/flamers *sigh*
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so far i have had 2 people help, and the rest are being immature/flamers *sigh*
Sorry Wasn't trying to be rude.
    
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