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What exactly were you doing?  In particular, what do you mean by "log
on"?  This message is standard for several of our systems and just
means you should be using the system for what it was intended to be
used for.  After the message should have been the place to put in a
username and password.

David Williamson

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From: Joachim Jr, Martin D
Date: Mon, 15 May 2006 12:35:40 -0400

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Colleagues,
	I just tried to log on to the LC database and received the
following message: This U.S. Government system is restricted by law
to
authorized, official use only.  Does anyone know what's going on
here?
	Marty Joachim
	Indiana Univ. Libraries
	[log in to unmask]


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Access to LC database 

Colleagues,  
        I just tried to log on to the LC database and received the
following = message:  This U.S. Government system is = restricted by
law to authorized, official use only.    Does anyone know = what's
going on here?  

        Marty Joachim  
        Indiana Univ. Libraries  
        [log in to unmask]  
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David Williamson
Cataloging Automation Specialist
Acquisitions and Bibliographic Access Directorate
Library of Congress
Washington, D.C. 20540-4300
202.707.5179 (voice)
202.707.2824 (fax)
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