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I specified a path to desktop wallpaper using local group policy.
The wallpaper  is specified under User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Desktop\ Active Desktop\ Active Desktop Wallpaper.
 When I right click on the desktop and look at display properties, the wallpaper is there but it does not display on the actual desktop. Is there a policy setting that I am missing or is there a registry setting I could change to get the wallpaper to display.
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There is another policy object in that same section called "enable active desktop" which needs enabled.  Once you do that, use the command "gpupdate /force" to force the policy to be applied.  I believe even still that the changes will require the user to log off and on before they appear.
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At the below link try the following tweaks:
195 - Restore Wallpaper Views
339 - Web/Wallpaper Defaults

http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/xp_tweaks.htm
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notcjw - any input?

LeeTutor - no objection unless input from poster indicates differently.

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Forced accept.

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