In Part I of this article, you learned how to create a warning dialog box that will appear before the classic logon dialog box. Instead of (or in addition to) creating a separate warning, you can add warning messages to the Windows logon dialog box as well as the Windows Security, Computer Locked, and Unlock Computer dialog boxes.

To add a warning message to the Log On to Windows dialog box, you will create a string value called LogonPrompt. In the Value Data text box, type in the text that you want to appear in your warning. This text will appear above the User Name text box in the Log On To Windows dialog box.

To add a warning message to the Windows Security, Computer Locked, and Unlock Computer dialog boxes, you will create a string value called Welcome. In the Value Data text box, type in the text that you want to appear in your warning. This text will appear in the title bar right next to the default dialog box title. You can make the message more prominent by using leading spaces.

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