With USMT how are you moving the Wallpaper

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With USMT, how are you moving the Wallpaper?

Posted by François Racine in HTMD FB Group

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Vidya M A 2022-03-29T16:04:37+05:30 5 Answers 31 views 0

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    2022-03-29T16:15:57+05:30

    Replied by Raphael Cote-Hamel

    Forgot to mention that the migration has to be done online.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/deployment/usmt/usmt-what-does-usmt-migrate

    Replied by François Racine
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    Raphael Cote-Hamel No. Miguser is not migrating wallpaper.
    It was working but not now. Strange issue. Working on it with MS.
    We had an issue with the taskbar too and Microsoft suggests adding some information in custom.xml.

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    2022-03-29T16:15:55+05:30

    Replied by Raphael Cote-Hamel

    Forgot to mention that the migration has to be done online.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/deployment/usmt/usmt-what-does-usmt-migrate

    Replied by François Racine
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    Raphael Cote-Hamel No. Miguser is not migrating wallpaper.
    It was working but not now. Strange issue. Working on it with MS.
    We had an issue with the taskbar too and Microsoft suggests adding some information in custom.xml.

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    2022-03-29T16:14:14+05:30

    Replied by Mac Donnchadha Rian

    You don’t. You use policy to set a corporate wallpaper with relevant helpdesk details and use SysInternals to display host information.

    Replied by Paul Salwey

    Mac Donnchadha Rian, we set corporate backgrounds (you know- on our corporate-owned PCs), and users lost their minds. So much that it was reverted; it was a wild ride.

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    2022-03-29T16:14:12+05:30

    Replied by Mac Donnchadha Rian

    You don’t. You use policy to set a corporate wallpaper with relevant helpdesk details and use SysInternals to display host information.

    Replied by Paul Salwey

    Mac Donnchadha Rian, we set corporate backgrounds (you know- on our corporate-owned PCs), and users lost their minds. So much that it was reverted; it was a wild ride.

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    2022-03-29T16:10:29+05:30

    Replied by Remon Nagy

    François Racine
    we focus on having all their applications installed, gaps are in place, and the user is fully functioning
    However, as you copy his folders, you also include the wallpaper path

    Replied by François Racine
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    Remon Nagy, Why not? When migrating user states from a computer to another one is to make them fully operational fast.

    To get them happy getting mostly the same working environment the had in their previous computer.
    I want them not to fear computer replacement. Not just copying files. This is a bad quality.

    Replied by François Racine
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    Remon Nagy is Wrong. When you copy folders, you are missing many things.
    Right-clicking on Office files won’t see the history, printers are not migrated, wallpapers, taskbar, Chrome config.

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