DON'T USE LOGON STUDIOVISTA.
Quote: Originally Posted by Night Hawk
I'll give that one a try on the 32bit side of life here besides having some 347 pages full of logon screens to choose from with the 3rd party tool at WinCustomize: LogonStudio Vista Gallery
Here's how that key looks in the 32bit beta seeing "Background\OEMbackground" as the DWord value there.
Once you've created a picture you can't get rid of it again even if you totally uninstall the program.
It changes system files -- not a good idea.
Use the standard tutorial in these forums to change the logon pic.
You now don't need 3rd party apps for this (especilly those that actually alter Windows System files).
Not saying LOGON VISTA is guilty but "clones" of this program and others that change system files can in some cases be an easy method of injecting trojans / spy / ad / other mal or crapware into a system.
if you use a VM you can capture the Logon Image via the VM's image / screen capture at logon time (or even the Host machine's capture progrm including the "Bog standard Print Screen").
For example (Bog std Windows 7 X-64 build 7048 logon screen)