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Stack Exchange network consists of 175 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.Visit Stack Exchange So in a Windows environment, we use bginfo in the all-users startup folder to write out server details to the desktop.The most common problems I had with scheduled tasks were : - Executable files located on a network drive not available when the user was not logged on (drive not mapped) - Password changed after the task was created and the task was not updated - Task run as local admin trying to write data to a network share (access denied) - The executable string was written incorrectly when LFN are used with parameters.Ex.: "C:\Long File Name\-option" is wrong, it should be "C:\Long File Name\exe.exe" -option Syldra Actually, it's probably the first problem you mentioned affecting me. Just drop a copy of the file on each local machine it was susposed to run on?BGinfo is the best tool to display computer information on the desktop wallpaper but customizing it for the actual need is pretty hard unless you know the windows functions in deep level.
Example of config:fs01share fs01share /accepteula /silent /timer 0I hope that you have enjoyed this tutorial and Bginfo too.I attempted this with a scheduled task...however that didn't seem to work.I am open to ideas here, BUT I thought that there may be some way to write a script that will 'call' the file and then I could schedule the script as a task. I remember running BGInfo as a scheduled task so you may want to troubleshoot that instead of creating a script.How can we get the desktop background to be reset on logon, so that bginfo writes its new one with a clean slate?Don't mind if this is a thing we need to add in addition to bginfo, or whether this is built into bginfo but we haven't found the option...?
I can see where that might fix it, I really wanted a centerally located solution..i would rather have it automated than central. I'm not 100% sure that this is what I did then, but that's certainly what I would do now.