Thu Nov 14 01:17:00 2002
It should relatively easy to do so. As most of the values are all dwords
and some strings. So if you create your own policy template adm file,
you can import that into your group policy and apply your settings to
You'll just need to make sure you cover all settings you need and in the
correct registry areas, ie the WinVNC key plus the default key under
that. Though if you are using say the later Tridia releases you may be
using the custom Tridia key.
There should be some info around on Microsoft for making templates,
otherwise there's the good old fashioned method of copying an MS
template such as system.adm and just looking at what they've done and
chaning it to your values.
I did remember seeing some odd templates floating around, but don't have
any on hand. I may look at writing one at some point, but that wouldn't
be for a couple of weeks at this stage. E-mail me if you're interested
and willing to wait for that.
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From: William Hooper [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, 14 November 2002 11:45 AM
Subject: Re: Remove Wallpaper
----- Original Message -----
From: "Matthew Ramsey" <MatthewRamsey@fmcna.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2002 10:13 AM
Subject: Remove Wallpaper
> Is there a way to add the registry settings for removewallpaper and
> such across a domain using a windows group policy and active
> directory. I know
> can add the key but It would be nice to have the registry setting
> changed when I install. Maybe I am just doing this wrong *thats my
> vote* as I am newer with VNC.
Many people suggest Fastpush to roll-out and configure VNC:
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