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Windows XP Modifying Default Logon Screen November 3, 2008

Posted by Steven in The-Web, Work-related.
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The environment that loads during your Windows XP Logon procedure is partly derived from settings that the windows registry stores in a default user profile stream.

You can modify these registry values in order to change the appearance and the bahavior of the logon screen. One example noted here is the desktop settings folder to change the background image for example:

HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Desktop

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