A Fedora newbie here. Just installed Fedora 35 and a strange warning appeared. Furthermore, I was using Fedora 34 and then installed Fedora 35 , that was the first time the warning appeared. When I turn on my PC and Fedora loads , I click on my workstation’s account and a warning is displayed : --Warning-- This system is for the use of authorized users only . Individuals using this computer system without authority on in excess of their activities on this system monitored and recorded by system … I am able to log- in just fine but I find the warning strange because I never encountered it before. I would like to know what’s it all about and how to remove it.
are you on a office network? Look here: https://laurentschneider.com/wordpress/2012/01/this-system-is-for-the-use-of-authorized-users-only.html
Nope, It isn’t a office network. It’s a home network., that’s the strange thing about it.
Has that computer been used in an office environment in the past, even possibly remote? The link given by @jpbn gives a lot of info that is worth looking into even if you don’t believe it is relevant.
That seems like a motd (message of the day) warning (often as a result of connecting to an office environment – local or remote) and if it is then addition methods to disable it can be found with a quick search for ‘how to disable motd display on fedora’.
Tried ever thing but I am still unable to remove the text.
Could you provide a screenshot of this message (or the screenshot of the entire screen)?
OK will provide one tomorrow.
Thank you for the screenshot, but sorry, I’m unable to understand the “context” of this message. Is this in a window? Is it a full screen message? Are there buttons like continue, accept, exit?
This is the message which shows up above the log-in promt when I am logging in.
I mean, could you post the entire screen?
Well the problem seems to have originated form the usage of SCAP Workbench , because it reconfigured the default settings of the system. When I removed SCAP Workbench from the system and restored the system settings to default ones , the message disappeared, so I would say it’s been solved. I just posted the screenshot and this explanation for the members how might find them selves having the same issue.