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User preference for windows 2003 client

Posted on 2004-09-23
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Hi,

We are setting up a server based on win 2003 on my works. Many of my collegues were asking me if they could personalize their screen (desktop shortcut, wallpaper, etc). I will assume that each user has his/her own outlook account right ? But how do you store that database to the server ?

How do I change the login wallpaper screen into company logo ?

thanks
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If the users aren't moving around then you can just let them play.
If the users move between systems then you will need to look at roaming profiles - with the headaches those bring.

Group Policy will set the wallpaper if you want to fix something.

Simon.
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