Wallpaper change to fit resolution - XP?
I've just updated the wallpaper staff and students get to some nice photos of the school. Students are no problem because they all log on to desktop PCs with 17" or 19" monitors running at 1280x1024 - thus get a wallpaper of that resolution and it looks fine.
However, although staff use PCs with the same monitors, in the classroom the teacher's PC is set to 1024x768 as this is the resolution the projectors run at (it goes through a splitter so it's not like there's two video outputs we can run at different resolutions). When they log on in their office where there's no projector they get the correct native 1280x1024.
As such, the wallpaper I made at 1024x768 for the classroom look rubbish in the office because it has to scale up. If I did it the other way around it'd look bad in the classroom scaled down. There's text on the new wallpapers so it's particularly noticeable, and having the wallpaper tiled or centred rather than stretched wouldn't look right or would cut off some of the text.
Wallpapers are set through group policy per-user and staff can't change them themselves. Does anyone know of a way to get around this issue? Clients are running XP SP3.
Many thanks in advance,