Setting the Wallpaper and Lockscreen in Windows 10

By | December 4, 2016
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Finally! I found a failsafe way to set a desired image to both the default wallpaper and lockscreen in Windows 10.

Place a Wallpaper.jpg into your MDT “scripts” folder, add Powershell support to your WinPE (you will need to also add .NET support).  Then use this command line after applying the image:

I basically am replacing ALL of the built-in Out of box wallpapers with my wallpaper.  Using LGPO, registry, or replacing files after Windows is loaded just didn’t work for me.  This worked 100% of the time.

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