Many computers are on sales floors and we need to keep them from changing the wallpaper for obvious reasons. This updates the info every time I log in, which for a long-running server, is more frequently than it is rebooted, but may not be often enough to keep up with rapidly consumed disk space. Its a tool not a wallpaper. Results 1 to 11 of Sign up using Facebook.
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I’ve thought about using a group policy to gginfo this, but I still want to allow BGInfo to paint the hostname, IP address and current user info on the screen. The info in the image will be current as of the last time that BGinfo was run. I am unable to send you a message through your profile, but if you could respond to jviolanti at mnsd dot org, I would love to implement BGInfo at my school and keep the little buggers from changing the background 0 Votes. If you have Group Policies setup to have the computers use a specific wallpaper it will change itself back anytime someone reboots or logs off.
I’m looking for a way to stop users from changing their desktop wallpapers.
Applies every time without fail and also on local user accounts which can be nice if people are logging in locally on laptops for example. Solution was giving all users modify permission on C: Create a new discussion If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. Codex24 Codex24 1 7. All logins either via remote desktop as well as via the console have all displayed correctly with the Windows Server R2 background behind the current system status text of BGINFO.
Oct 8, Messages: Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Boot and Logon wallpaper generation using PowerShell. Originally Posted by Manny-Tech.
Any help would chajge much appreciated, I’m pulling my hair out over this one. I was hoping for something I could automate a little easier but beggars can’t be choosers I guess.
In the past I have scanned in pictures of people’s kids, pets, etc. If you want the exact changes I have made let me know I’ll email them to you when I’m at work.
I have tried this with scheduled tasks, group policy startup scripts, and even a shortcut in the startup folder. This allows for different wallpapers on special days so in October I set the script to have different wallpapers Halloween, Guy Fawkes Night, Children in Need, Remembrance Day and a different wallpaper each day for the last two weeks before Christmas.
You could create a scheduled task to be run daily or more frequently if you want to have the info updated while the user is logged in. Join our site today to ask your question.
Phantom, I think that a combination of your three suggestions just might work, the registry keys, keep them out of the control panel, locking the browser images keeps them out of trouble there, and unregistering shimgvw. Squashman, we are basically using bginfo so they can give us their IP address easily, verify they are on the domain, make sure they are logged in correctly, etc.
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