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    Set the background colour in Group policy

    Any ideas how to change the background colour? I want to set it to dark blue.

    I checked out Google but most seem to be custom registry files which seems a little complicated for something so simple.

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    You dont mean the desktop wallpaper do you? If so, i've got an ace (and very simple) script which calls a .bmp file from a network share and sets it as the wallpaper on logon (or whenever the script is ran)

    Works great

    Let me know if you want it

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    Hmm yeh would be good to see it. We use bginfo so I could do it that way as well I guess.

    But we have incredibly quick login times now so it would be better to keep this the same by just changing the background colour.

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