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  1. We're working on moving to Windows 10 Pro, unfortunately, as a lot of the new chips don't support Win7 drivers. Part of my internal script for PC deployment automatically set the logon screen in Windows 7 to a customized agency picture. The old script modified the registry and the oobe folder. However, with the Win10 infrastructure being very different, apparently a binary file needs to be edited in order to change the login (not LOCK) screen. The file is: C:\Windows\SystemResources\Windows.UI.Logon\Windows.UI.Logon.pri For this particular screen the group policy settings don't work either. Has anyone figured out a way to set this screen via script?
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