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    ADM Template to set hkey_users.default reg values

    Hi. Is it possible to write a custom ADM template that will modify the hkey_users\.default string in the registry. I know you can do it for the local_machine and current_user hives but haven't seen anything about the default user.

    With the policy i'm hoping to set the reg value hkey_users\.default\control panel\desktop\background key so that I can change the logon wallpaper in window xp.

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    Re: ADM Template to set hkey_users.default reg values

    We don't use an ADM for that task. I use a reg file that runs once and sets the login wallpaer and changes the numlock to on by default ('cos our users seem unable to login if they have numbers in their password and the numlock is set to off at logon).

    Some info on ADM creation HERE

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