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Posted on 1997-12-03
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I need to display a security banner in my logon script under windows nt 4.0.  Under netware I have always done a display or fdisplay with a pause to display some text.  How can I do this under Windows NT?  I have logged into some nt domains and a gui sorta logon security banner comes up and the user is forced to click to continue.  Any idea how to do this?  Any help with displaying a logon banner would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.

Steve Koch
Steve.Koch@nctsw.navy.mil
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Under the HKEY/Users/default/control panel/desktop key in the registry, change the value of Wallpaper to the full pathname of the custom bitmap that you want to display.  Log off to see the new bitmap.
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