I'm trying to "force" desktop background from server to workstations with Group Policy
(the pic below shows which policy i'm talking about).
Well, that's easily done, but the problem is that users cannot change background if they so choose to do.
So my question here is:
Is there any other way to get this background shared to all workstations when users log in, and so that they can change it if they like?
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