|28 Mar 2011||#1|
Creating a default user profile, themepack doesn't stick
I can create a default profile with Windows 7 however the problem I'm having is with a themepack. I'll explain my process step by step so you can get a better idea of my process/problem.
What could I be doing wrong?
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|29 Jul 2011||#2|
Click on HKEY-LOCAL-MACHINE. Under File, select “Load Hive”
Browse to the “C:\Users\Default” folder, click on ntuser.dat (make sure hidden and system files are displayed first). Name the key TEMPLATE_ACCOUNT.
Under TEMPLATE_ACCOUNT - Control Panel - Desktop, change “Wallpaper” path to the wallpaper of your choice (a local OR network path will work here). One of the bugs in Microsoft’s “Default Profile” process is a bad path to the default wallpaper. This step should not be skipped. The correct "default" path is “C:\Windows\web\Wallpaper\Windows\img0.jpg”
When done, click on TEMPLATE_ACCOUNT. Then click File, select “Unload Hive”. This will save the changes you made.
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