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Change background colour on a Remote Desktop Connection to Windows 2008 R2 Server

Posted on 2011-09-09
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Hi Guys,

I've got multiple Windows 2008 R2 servers and I often remote desktop to them.  But they all look identical bar the icons.  Ideally I'd like to change the background colour to help me tell them apart.  Is there anyway of doing this?
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You can change it on:
Control Panel > Appearance > Display > Desktop Background
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Right click the backgrounds, properties, remove the desktop image and set a color
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by:sjb79
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Hi SDxpert,
spot on, didn't see it staring at me...!
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