Is it possible to publish jpg file as ScreenSaver via GPO?
My Company wants to pulish it's Logo as ScreenSaver ( the logo is in jpg format )
There's a good article that explains this perfectly, using the "Photos" screensaver - three things are involved:
The logon script is fairly trivial, copying from a network share to somewhere on the local hard drive.
The group policy settings for screensavers are found under
where you can set which screensaver you want (in this case, the Photos screensaver).
Then you need to set the photo path, and export the registry key
for use in your group policy.
If WinXP screen savers can be used with Windows 7, then the 3D Flying Objects screensaver allowed us to select a user-defined image as a textured flag that wafted and waved around the desktop. A pleasing effect for a corporate logo.