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MSSTYLES & GPO

Hi all - I have several group policies and have been able to customize the users' desktop w custom wallpapers and specific msstyle.  We however are changing our company logo and therefore need to upgrade the colors, wallpaper.  We would like to use the Windows XP Olive Green theme, however I'm not sure how we would do that using GPO.  If we simply point the GPO to the luna.msstyles, it loads the default blue screen.

Thanks in advanced.
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JustWorkingCommented:
See here:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Q_23463663.html
A registry edit will also be necessary to change the color as the GPO will only point to the default color...blue.
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TP_AdminAuthor Commented:
i've tried that before posting this and it didnt work.
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JustWorkingCommented:
Ah I see. Have you considered editing the luna.msstyle with Style XP?
http://www.tgtsoft.com/
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TP_AdminAuthor Commented:
yea but I dont want to install the style xp software on all of my workstations :-(
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JustWorkingCommented:
Sorry I meant something else. I believe with that you can edit the actual luna.msstyles file (or create a custom one with style xp....then push it out to every workstation.
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