Setting default windows display across multiple user log-ons

Setting default windows display across multiple user log-ons

Post by joshmcob » Thu, 19 Feb 2004 06:03:42


Could anyone tell me how one can change the default
display/desktop/start-menu options so that it will come up with a
custom look whenever a new user signs on?

PC manufacturers do it, so there must be a way it can be done...

Thanks in advance,

Josh
 
 
 

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