How to deplay custom logon screen in domain computers at one shot via server 2008

I have windows server 2008 and win7 machines as clients in domain. I want that to deploy custom logon screen on all the win7 machines using windows server 2008 group policy. I dont want to configure one by one windows 7 machines manually.
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Kamal KhaleefaInformation Security SpecialistCommented:
Using group policy
https://mikecrowley.wordpress.com/2011/02/17/how-to-set-windows-7s-login-wallpaper-with-group-policies/

You will need to put logon wallpaper in shared path and create script as shown to set this image as logon wallpaper
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amitchaubeyAuthor Commented:
I went through this solution but was bit confused. Do i need to configure this group policy on server or on window 7 machines?
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Kamal KhaleefaInformation Security SpecialistCommented:
No go to domain controller server open group policy the. Modify i will send u screen shot
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amitchaubeyAuthor Commented:
waiting for the screen shot...
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Kamal KhaleefaInformation Security SpecialistCommented:
Im sorry i got bussy
I will send it within 30 min
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Kamal KhaleefaInformation Security SpecialistCommented:
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you need to put the desired lock screen image on shared path accessible from users
to do this create a folder on desired location -->put the image inside it
right click on folder -->properties-->sharing-->advanced sharing-->share this folder and
click on permissions -->choose domain users full control

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go to run type group Policy Management
Under Group Policy Object right click-->create new GPO and name it

on security filtering choose domain computers/ domain users
right click on GPO you just created and select edit
browse to location on attachment 2.png
right click edit
use attachemnt 3.png

while you opening "group Policy Management"
right click on the OU you need to apply this lock screen ->link existing GPO choose the gpo you create
on domain controller  open cmd "as administrator and type gpupdate /force
restart user pc
2.png
3.png
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amitchaubeyAuthor Commented:
Hi,

Cannot see the option of "Personalisation" in my domain controller. Personalisation-option.jpg. please suggest
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amitchaubeyAuthor Commented:
Using windows server 2008. I think the personalisation option is available in Server 2102.
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amitchaubeyAuthor Commented:
Any Suggestion???
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amitchaubeyAuthor Commented:
Any suggestion or option to my query?? I want to deploy it in Windows Server 2008 environment.
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