The only catch I see is that you'd need to host the AUP page on another webserver, since I do not belive you can host an arbitrary page on the controller, and in order to make accessable you'd need to include it in your Pre-Auth ACL.
As far as the checkbox, I think you'd need to use external WebAuth, and you'd have to program a form handler to feed the WLC a valid username/password if the end user checks the box.
Here's a link for an overview of the external WebAuth
Thanks for the reply, it took me a while but I managed to hack something together with the aid of Google and a few pointers from web developers.
On the AUP page there is a "reject" button that hides the window, clears the form (login details) then tries to close down the browser although I may remove that last step.
The "accept" button submits the form in the same way the login button on the original page used to.
All works very well in IE, and is quite slick although the code is maybe a little rough, I don't know. I'm a lot happier having everything handled by the WLC instead of going to an external webserver, another layer of security i don't have to worry about. I'll see what feedback I get from the end users.
Transferring Crash file from standby: Login to the Active WLC in HA.
From CLI: (Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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