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    Question Windows XP Logon and User background

    Hi All,

    Just something that has been annoying me for a little while, I have set a user desktop wallpaper in GP but it only displays a missing image sign in the top left of the desktop. I don't know why it is doing this. Also any help on setting a logon screen background that doesn't use TweakUI would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks In Advance.

    Josh

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    I have no idea what you mean about the first question but to set the logon screen read this blog post - How to Change Windows XP Logon Screen background Explore Ramanathan

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    is it set to a image held on a local server? or is the image stored locally?

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    It is set on a server. But I suppose I can copy it to local machines if I need to. Sorry I should of made myself clearer. The image is a .jpeg I did convert it to .bmp but it was shocking quality. When I was at school we had a .jpeg as the background because I found it in the netlogon share

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    create an html page which contains the image in <img src="img.jpg" align="center" alt="Alternate name" /> then reference the html page

    its easier!

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    create an html page which contains the image in <img src="img.jpg" align="center" alt="Alternate name" /> then reference the html page

    its easier!
    Thanks Great Idea

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