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    set clour scheme through gpo

    Right finally got round to setting desktop through group polices, xp and server 2003, but how can I set a colour scheme, I would like xp style - silver, just can't work out to do it.

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    Re: set clour scheme through gpo

    You have to create a custom desktop theme with the colour scheme settings you want and then set the theme in the relevant GPO. There's no way to change the colour scheme directly from GPO.

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    Re: set clour scheme through gpo

    Since you want to use a standard theme, you shouldn't need to create a custom theme.

    An alternative way of doing it is to set the theme in the profile (be it default or mandatory).



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