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Does enabling the Desktop Experience Feature require a reboot?

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Hello,

Does anybody know if I enable the Desktop Experience Feature on a Windows 2008 server, will enabling the feature require a reboot of the server?

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myjunkiepc
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Yes, it does.  One to complete the install, and often another before you are actually able to change the theme.
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Thank you for your help
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