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Force Desktop, Color + Picture + allow them to save to desktop

Posted on 2006-10-29
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Hey guys,

Is there a way, other than creating a default profile, to force everyone to have the same desktop?  I want them to have the same color background and the same logo centered in the middle of their desktop.  I also want them to be able to save to the desktop.

Thanks in advance.
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its all configured under the active desktop policies....i had this set up and working in my last job and its fairly simple, only problem i came accross was when the default users profile has been overwritten, then the registry entries didnt get hit by policy, otherwise it was good
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Thanks Jay Jay,

Couldn't see where to set the background to yellow, but figured I would just create a wall paper.
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thats the one :-) i would do the same
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Haha Jay,

For a second there I thought you wrote, "That's the game, I would do the same".  Guess I need to lay off the rap music.
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lol, get me some snoop daaawg action right here,  sup!, lol!
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