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How to apply common welcome screen picture  for all computers via group policy in windows7.
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by:ChrisPiner
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If you go to Run and type gpedit.msc

Click on Computer Configuration - Control Panel - User Accounts and enable the 'Apply the default user logon picture to all users'

Copy the desired image to %PROGRAMDATA%\Microsoft\User Account Pictures\user.bmp and it should then make it default for all users and should prevent them changing it.
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Kody-Burg earned 500 total points
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If you meant the login screen, use the registry script located here:

http://www.blogsdna.com/2698/you-can-customize-windows-7-logon-background-officially.htm

Then create a .vbs script to copy the backgrounds from a network location. Set group policy to deploy both when a computer is added to a certain OU.

Hope this helps!

Kody
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