Script for Win 7 aero theme

The people in our company decided when they were building our Windows 7 image that windows 7 aero theme would be to confusing for the end users, which I never agreed with so they put in a custom XP desktop theme. So what I am looking for is a Vb script to set the Windows Aero desktop theme. I do not want to use AD and a GPO because I don't want to prevent the users from creating their own desktop theme.

if anyone has any suggestions on a VB script that I can run after the machine is built that would be great!

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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
in personalization create your own .themepack  (right click on the theme of choice and away you go) you can now distribute the .themepack file.
RfrytrwgssoAuthor Commented:
I know that but looking for a script that will reverse the decision that was made to implement an XP theme automatically. The issue is that to redo the image would take weeks of work.
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RfrytrwgssoAuthor Commented:
I finally found the setting in AD that will allow me to do this as a one time event which was key to what I was looking for.

In your GPO User Configuration, Policies, Administrative Templates, Personalization, Load a specific theme. when you enable that you will need to put in the location of the theme that you want to activate.

This does the trick for enabling the aero theme that I was looking for.

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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
let the author close it by accepting his soluton
RfrytrwgssoAuthor Commented:
the reason is that I was able to finally discover how to resolve this using AD and not a VB script which is what I originally thought would be the best solution in our environment.
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