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    You can but it’s better from the local machine as it doesn’t always load over the network. You can make start-up script to copy the wallpaper to the local machine and change It for you.

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    Hi all,
    I haven't played around with the actual logon part but I have got the background looking nice with the school logo and a set of instructions about logging problems etc.

    I used this - pritty simple, and looks great
    Change the Logon Screen Wallpaper at Registry Guide for Windows

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