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Add Text to my Windows 7 Login Screen

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Is there anyway I can add text to the bottom of my windows login screen?  I've attached a picture of that screen.  I use Imprivata to open the workstation but it's this screen that I'd like to add text to.  Maybe over the Window 7 Professional.  I'm not looking to download anything or buy anything - I'm hoping I can go into the registry someplace and add the text.  If anyone know's how to do this or if this can be done please let me know
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You should be able to change the background for the Login Screen on Windows 7.  There is a procedure that allows you to do that.  You may have to create a customized background.

See here for more details

http://www.howtogeek.com/112110/how-to-set-a-custom-logon-screen-background-on-windows-7/
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Ok but I don't have that particular screen I have an imprivata screen so I'm not sure if that will even work.
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I tried this it didn't work but thanks!
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Thanks
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