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  1. #1
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    disclaimer page before logging into NRM

    I am trying to setup a disclaimer page before logging into NRM. I followed the following instructions:
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    This is from the Novell Documentation:
    3.2 Setting Up a Customized Disclaimer or Text Screen

    If you want users to view information specific to your company or server before they log in to Novell® Remote Manager, you can set up a custom disclaimer page or text screen that they are required to view before logging in to Novell Remote Manager.

    To add a customized disclaimer or text screen:

    1. Access the sys:\login\prtltxt.htm file.
    2. Change the template text to a message of your choosing.
    3. Rename the file to prtldisc.htm.

    If you implement the custom disclaimer or text screen (sys:login\prtltxt.htm) for the Novell Remote Manager login, it does not display correctly in the server browser.
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    Okay I have followed the instructions and I have to agree it doesn't display correctly. If I open the file prtldisc.htm in a browser it looks fine. But if I try to go into the NRM ... serveripaddress:8008 I get page prtldisc.htm displayed as text rather than html and I can not do anything from that.

    Has anyone got the disclaimer page to work? If so what do I need to do in order for that to happen?

    Thanks,

    John M

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2007
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    Re: disclaimer page before logging into NRM

    john,

    > Okay I have followed the instructions and I have to agree it doesn't
    > display correctly. If I open the file prtldisc.htm in a browser it looks
    > fine. But if I try to go into the NRM ... serveripaddress:8008 I get
    > page prtldisc.htm displayed as text rather than html and I can not do
    > anything from that.


    Edit the prtldisc.htm file and remove the HTML tags at the beginning and
    end of the file. It won't display correctly as a standalone page any
    more, but it will display properly in NRM

    H.

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