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    Manage the Lock Screen Image on Windows 8

    Hi,

    Just looking at this KB - Win8: How to Manage the Lock Screen Image on Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012

    Microsoft doesn't say the requirements of the image file. Does anyone have any ideas please?

    Thanks

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    I don't think it has strict requirements, unlike the Windows 7 logon screen. I think it just scales to fit the screen while maintaining aspect ratio (so prepare for cropping on screens that are a different aspect ration from the image).

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    Thats rubbish. Might have to make a script that will copy the image based on the screen size. Thanks

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