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Posted on 2008-06-12
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Hi

With all the new Dell Powerede Servers running Windows 2003 server they have the image of a server that appears behind the Logon Box,

How can i remove this as it makes it slow when i Remte Desktop to them

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Delete the following key from the registry:

hkuser\.default\control panel\desktop\wallpaper
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on the remote computer(were u rdp FROM) ..
Start Run >Mstsc > Experience(tab)> Uncheck Desktop Background
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