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Feb 15 2022, 08:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PST)

Surface Hub Endpoint Deployed Wallpaper - Unable to overwrite.

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Surface Hubs Targeted with a custom Wallpaper deployment look to get stuck with that Wallpaper.

 

If i update the policy with a new wallpaper it doesn't appear to be overwriting the previously deployed wallpaper, I can't manually change the wallpaper on the device because those options are now greyed out.

 

Is there anyway to work around this? 

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