This video tutorial will show you step-by-step how to configure group policy to force users to use a certain wallpaper when they login to their computer.
For some environments, such as school districts, business’, hospitals, and so on, you might want to deploy wallpaper that has the school’s logo (or company logo) across all of the computers to keep things standardized.
This tutorial will also include troubleshooting if/when things don’t work the first time when trying to push out the wallpaper via group policy.
How to Deploy Wallpaper Using Group Policy (GPO).
Server: Windows Server 2008 R2
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