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On XP I am certain, on Windows 7 this is just an inspiration: This kind of changes to Registry will not take effect until you reboot the system! And since you try to circumvent a GPO, this equals „mission impossible“ in many situations.
Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop and change Wallpaper key value to the full path of your image.9I know this is an old tread, and Windows 7 is an OS fast becoming obsolete. But for the occasional user: I have dealt with this for years in my shop. I am close enough to IT to have certain privileges on my laptop, but not close enough to stop then making stupid GPOs which – of course – affects me as well. On XP I am certain, on Windows 7 this is just an inspiration: This kind of changes to Registry will not take effect until you reboot the system! And since you try to circumvent a GPO, this equals „mission impossible“ in many situations. There are, however, a way to force an update of the Registry to be applied without rebooting The thing is: You don’t need to reboot – you need to flush the cashe of registry settings – which is a part of a reboot . Solution (on XP at least): @echo off
call :quiet>nul 2>&1
:: Configure Wallpaper (command prompt method works only with bmp files)
REG ADD „HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop“ /V Wallpaper /T REG_SZ /F /D „C:\WINDOWS\Web\Wallpaper1.bmp“
REG ADD „HKCU\Control Panel\Desktop“ /V WallpaperStyle /T REG_SZ /F /D 0
REG ADD „HKCU\Control Panel\Desktop“ /V TileWallpaper /T REG_SZ /F /D 1
:: Make the changes effective immediately (only XP-compatible)
This works (worked) well for me on my XP machine, the trick being the last line: Execute „user32.dll,UpdatePerUserSystemParameters“ as part of the bat-file. This takes the place of a „reboot“. 🙂 I put this in the Start folder, and added a shortcut key combination to the bat file: This way, my pc started with my own wallpaper, and when the GPO refreshes a couple of times during the day, I hit the shortcut key, and get my preferred view back (Which is infinitely prettier than the „black screen of depression“ which is company stock) 😉 I haven’t got around to fix this on my new laptop (running Win 7) yet, but I guess someone out there can get inspired by this (XP) behavior and research further.3For those of you out there still dealing with XP boxes, I leave my previous answer intact. However, I can now share an approach to solve the problem on a Windows 7 box: As I said before, you don’t want to reboot the pc, because you are
battling a Group Policy which is enforced on reboot (and in my
personal case, every few hours during the day). However, changes to
the registry need a flush of cashed settings before they become
active. A reboot does that. We need to find another way of accomplishing the target: „change-background-of-a-windows-7-machine“ – I skip the „using-registry“ part, because I don’t think it is possible, and frankly, I don’t think it is the right approach on Windows 7! It was on XP – as I have stated in my previous answer. The magic word now is „Themepack“ – and the magic knowledge is: „It is executable!“ What you need is an automated method of executing it and dealing with its embedded consequences. I use AutoHotkey version 1.1 ( http://ahkscript.org/ ) for a number of things on my laptop, and if you have the permissions necessary for running this program, you are good to go: (Assuming you do nothing else with AutoHotkey): Create a txt file, name it anything but give it an „.ahk“ file name extension instead of „.txt“, and save it to the Startup folder („C:\Users\ insert your username \AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup“ in my case). Now it will run at every startup. Edit the file using Notepad or similar tool: Insert these lines: ; Setting wallpaper on the desktop on Win 7 which is: Apply a Themepack!
Run "C:\Laptop theme.themepack" ; Apply your Themepack
WinWait Personlige indstillinger ; Wait for the window to get focus (the appearance is mandatory on an "apply" command)
WinClose ; Close the last found window
Note that I not only run the code at Startup, I also attach a hotkey (LCTRL+LSHIFT+D), which executes this part of the script at will. Note also the command line "WinWait": My system is Danish, so the title of my Personalization window is "Personlige indstillinger". You need to insert here the title of the window on your own system. Read AHK help files how to do so, if it isn't obvious enough for you to guess it right to begin with. Now, all which remains is to Personalize your Windows 7 Laptop once and for all (unless a Group Policy prevents you (users) from changing things, you can always change things). When you are satisfied, save the resulting Themepack on the path you gave in the script (i.e. "C:\Laptop theme.themepack"), and done . Note: If you can't save anything on "C:\" then you can put the themepack anywhere – including in your personal user folders. The advantage of this is that you keep the script even when IT department is changing your laptop – provided they care to backup your user folders. My personal taste is just to keep things short, and I don't like connecting to network shares during startup if I can help it. Which I can.2If the Server controls your wallpaper via a GPO then you will have to reset your wallpaper every time you login or the GPO is updated on your machine. You could create a reg file modifying the values correctly and save it on your desktop, making this run at every logon would give you the wallpaper you desire after every logon. Use the registry Key that Thane provides and export the correct value. Anytime you import this it will modify the registry to the value you want. Things to consider: Are you breaking company IT policy doing this?
Can you modify the registry? and create startup tasks to do so? i.e do you have the priveleges?
Is it worth the hassle?1Just save your ‚koala‘ wallpaper over the default wallpaper file your policy is using.1Have just been trying this. When you copy a user to the default user it keeps a hardcoded path to the originals users themes area so I was trying to change the original users background to a commonly available area. I found you need to put double backslashes „\\“ on the path ie. „C:\\Users\\..“ otherwise the .reg entry is ignored!0Probably not the answer for everyone in every case, but it’s worth ruling out: you have to log off and log back in for the setting to take effect. (This is, as others have noted, not going to help if you’re fighting GPO, because that is going to set it right back.) On my Win7 setup, I was setting HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\Wallpaper to some image and this would do nothing to the actual desktop background, though in Control Panel -> Personalization it would look like the setting had taken hold. This was driving me crazy until I realized that logging out and back in would make the new wallpaper take hold. Update 9/8:
This doesn’t answer the OP’s question in that it doesn’t only use the registry, but as a follow-up, I never did find a satisfactory way to change the wallpaper using just the registry. If you can write and deploy some code, I found that a Win32 call to SystemParametersInfo with the SPI_SETDESKWALLPAPER flag made the wallpaper take effect immediately without the logout/login dance. See this answer for details. Again, it’s not going to help if you’re battling GPO for control over that setting.0I realize this is old. I have however had to resolve this very issue, and the way to do it is a bit sneaky. Set the registry entry to point to the settings you want, then set the permissions on them to allow every one read, but block anyone (including system) from having permissions to change it. When the GPO goes to process it, it will get an access denied for that specific setting, and you your therefore stuck with the desired settings. If the file is on your local system, don’t use the same file name, unless you also do this trick for the actual image, otherwise the policy may overwrite you file.0
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