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Disabling Wall Paper Through Group Policy


Recently I came across the request for disabling the desktop wall paper through group policy in NT n/w. After a bit of googling I got to know how to apply this. Following is the step:
Local Computer Policy (In Group Policy) => User Configuration => Administrative Templates => Desktop => Active Desktop: ‘Active Desktop Wallpaper’
In the wizard specify the image that is required to be set in bkground (it allows: physical path or else UNC path)
** by default this option allows to apply only jpg/jpeg file extensions. If you want .png or .bitmap then you need to first enable the

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