disabled wall paper.

Robert Davis sniper_lt "at" hotmail.com
Tue, 15 Jan 2002 22:32:35 +0000

You know I never heard of this feature. I use vnc on all my class room  
computer to:
1) Help beginning users when they get stuck or ar not following the lessons 
that I am putting up on my projector.


20 To ensure that they are not doing something that the should not be doing 
that I would later have to fix.

Since I have instituted systems policies reason 2 has been less of a issue 
and reason 1 is the more important feature. The system tray icon is on each 
machine in the class room. But my students are not of a level of 
sophistication that they ever notice it. I would be glad if they actually 
looked at the task bar when I tell them to minimze a window. The tend to 
start a second instance of a program rather then restoring the one that is 

But getting aback to the topic at hand. Whenever I have connected to a users 
machine using vnc the wallpaper stays that same. Of course I am running 
windows98 SE on all machine, both my workstation and their machines. I also 
have the wall paper set to none in the systems policies and the systems menu 
(right click) turned off so that may have something to do with it. Does 


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