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Windows 7: Batch File to set user's windows login pic

21 Mar 2013   #1
curtranhome

Windows 8.1
 
 
Batch File to set user's windows login pic

Alright, I'm doing a little bit of research to help automate some customizations that I'm doing for my client's computers. I've got most of what I need done. But what I am trying to do now is set the user's current profile picture to one that is already there. The picture itself isn't going to change, and the user account has already been created. I just need to set that picture to the user's picture then walk out. I know it sounds kind of confusing... I have attached a .png with what I'm trying to change with the batch file. All I'm really trying to do is to automate the whole setting of the picture. (start > control panel > user accounts > change your picture). anyone got any ideas?




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23 Mar 2013   #2
Gary

Win 10 Pro 64
 
 

It is a very easy task to change ones user picture. I really do not see a need for a Batch file to do it'
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