How can we customize the boot screen in Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry?

We are developing an industrial controller which will be a purpose-built appliance, not a general purpose Windows machine.  Every aspect of Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry is geared towards this approach except for the ability to customize the displays shown during boot up.  

We need to have our company logo, or at least a progress bar, display on screen while the OS is loading.  Otherwise, our customers would only see a blank screen, which they may perceive as being the result of a malfunction.  

How do we accomplish this?
jd1114Asked:
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gheistCommented:
Look for "Unbranded startup screens" in microsoft embedded site.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
In Image Configuration Editor, under the Operating System\Edition Branding category, locate the Unbranded Startup Screens package.
Add the package to your answer file (Unattend.xml).
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jd1114Author Commented:
David, is this a feature in Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry?  If so, does it allow one to replace the startup screens rather than simply remove them?
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gheistCommented:
It is jpeg embedded in a DLL, you cannot even make it pitch black for amoled with custom jpeg...
I remember seeing in msconfig something like no gui boot in vista. Is it still something less fancy than fullscreen microsoft ad?
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