i need to add the company logo on all machines via AD

Hi

where do I put the company logo .jpeg   so that all users logging into the network will see as their desktop background.. and also where does it for the screensaver


thanks !!!
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albatros99Commented:
Create a group policy and link it to your OU. The setting for the screensaver is under 'User Configuration, Administrative Templates, Control Panel/Personalization'. There you can set the screensaver executable name. Note that unless you are using a default screensaver (for example the trusty old scrnsave.scr) you will have to ensure that the file is copied to the client. If the file is not there, the policy will have no effect.

For the desktop background it's 'User Configuration \ Administrative Templates \ Desktop \ Desktop.
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JerseyGiantAuthor Commented:
I see. is there any way that the server can dictate it? do I have to load the file on all the desktops?
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albatros99Commented:
The desktop background can be on an UNC share
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JerseyGiantAuthor Commented:
great... I tried and it did work, but cam up with a black background.. any thought on why?>  the is a .jpeg and in the folder .
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albatros99Commented:
All users need read access to the folder.  Try opening the picture from the client using Windows Explorer to see if you have sufficient permissions and that you can reach the UNC share.
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