Bginfo not updating

Then rename the to Place all the files in a simple folder like c: Bginfo Files Needed there are: That’s the location for startup programs for all users. Bginfo when used in domain environment, it’s certainly usefull to configure a GPO whcih calls the BAT script when user logs on.

Simply create a GPO or modify some existing GPO if you like.

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The setup is pretty simple but you’ll need notepad and do some copy paste from this post. -:)First, you’ll need to get You simply place the unzipped to c:bginfo folder for example and from File menu do a Save As to save the *file there.

Then you can create a simple batch file, which will launch that *file on logon.

Bginfo can show different information about the system you’re logged in.

Those informations shows on the desktop/server you’re logged in.

Here is the content of the batch: Note: To create a batch file simply create new text document in Notepad, place the above text there and save it to c: Bginfo.Note: this screen above looks different in Win2K16 but it is close enough.The utilities folder was seen right away, but the utilities in it were not visable for a while and two restarts.There are threads out there on this issue where others have seen this and several suggestions are made in relation to this issue and they are definitely valid things to check.However, in my case they didn’t pan out: However, as you can see above, on servers I have seen the issue, I have set all the options to the “update this wallpaper” setting.

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