windows 2000 wallpaper
Mon Apr 28 14:06:01 2003
Fast and dirty: login, close vnc, reconnect with vnc.
Other than that: someone might be able to fix the code, but it would need to detect a login on the windows side... Not easy I think. No hold on, actually: it is easy, since the helper will be run at that point.
Sadly, I don't know the vnc code at all...
Knowing this, I wonder what happens in this scenario: (user is logged in) -> connect with vnc (with remove wallparper option) -> log out -> close vnc
Is the wallpaper for the user restored correctly? Is the wallpaper for the user now applied to the default for other users, or on somehting else (on the actual login screen perhaps? ;-).
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dustin Sellinger [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: vrijdag 25 april 2003 22:30
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: FW: windows 2000 wallpaper
> I have noticed a strange problem/bug. The remove desktop
> wallpaper option is
> set on serving computers, and it works fine as long as the computer is
> logged into when you connect with VNC. If the system is
> logged out and you
> connect, and then log in the wallpaper shows. This is a bit
> of a problem
> for one user who connects over 56K as the wallpaper really
> (REALLY) slows
> down his already incredibly slow connection.
> Any fixes, workarounds, suggestions?
> Dustin S
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