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Need to get rid of warning notice on boot-up


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Recently I bought a computer running under XP from a government agency and on boot-up a warning notice comes up informing that the agency has the right to read whatever you do with the computer and then you must acknowledge same to continue. I need to remove this notice, but can not determine how. Anyone know?
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Reinstall Windows.
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Yes, reinstalling would do it, but then I would have to reinstall verything else and that is out of the question. I need to know the control switch for shutting it off.
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Unfortunately:

Due to the nature of online help we are not able to verify ownership, and will not be able to help bypass or recover any user passwords, cd keys, license codes, serial numbers, etc.

http://www.geekstogo...boardrules.html
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Hi Broni

I am not looking for "Due to the nature of online help we are not able to verify ownership, and will not be able to help bypass or recover any user passwords, cd keys, license codes, serial numbers, etc." I already have administrater authority, but just do not know which switch to disable in administrative controls.
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OK. You have to understand, that even, if I believe, you're a very honest person, I can't verify online, if this is your real issue, or you're trying to bypass some security tool.
I hope, you understand, what I'm saying.
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I am not trying to bypass anything, I simply want to know in the Administrative control panel of Control Panel which item to use to eliminate a "warning to employees that what they do on the computer can be monitored" on a computer purchased at auction with operating system as it is an anoyance. I just do not understand all the options in the Administrative control panel which I have full access to as the administrator of my own computer.
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Hello there,

I am affraid we really can't help you due to the reasons that Broni described. If you want to get rid of the notice, reinstalling windows is the only way to go as we're concerned.

I am closing this topic. If you would like to discuss this any further, feel free to contact me by Personal Message.

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Olrik
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