09-10-2020 06:18 AM
09-10-2020 01:00 PMSolution
You will need to create a Registry Value in key HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Personalization called LockScreenImage with a value of pointing to the file you want to use for lockscreen
You can also do this via Group Policy Computer Configuration > Policies > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Personalization > “Force a specific default lock screen image”
09-23-2020 01:41 AM
did not worked for me...
If I edit the Registy-Entry, nothing happens-it wont change the Lockscreen Picture to the specified value.
Maybe I did something wrong?
Had to create the Registry-Key but normally that shouldn't be a problem.
And is it possible to create a Lockscreen-Diashow on the same way as well??
09-23-2020 02:26 AM
Aside from the usual cavets with the machine being able to see the shared folder where the image resides, I'm not too sure what might have gone wrong. Does it work if you try it from the GPO, and if so is the reg key the same?
09-28-2020 01:14 PM
Sorry to hear you are having issues still. I've just spun up a test Win10 machine and manually added in the key and a downloaded a .jpg and it's set up the lockscreen to the picture after a gpupdate
The reg key is as shown:
The only thing I can recommend is to have a look through the event logs and see if there is any mention of the GPO being unable to apply and if it has an error. Have you also tried a different picture format/resolution/bit depth?
09-29-2020 04:05 AM
so far I tried 2 or 3 different Images on 3 Different Ways:
Way 1: The Regkey:
Should be the right path...
Way 2: GPO
(in english: "Force a specific Lockscreenimage)
Way 3: Set it manually
(double click Image -> Settings -> Set As -> LockScreen)
=> That is the only way to get that image...
In the Eventlogs I got 3 Warnings and 2 Errors regarding Group Policies...
But these Errors potentially come from my try to Update the GP via CMD (Run CMD as Admin -> gpupdate /force), because I'm currently on an Admin Account, where Group Policies often fail to update...
If you got anymore Questions, feel free to ask
10-05-2020 05:18 AM - edited 10-05-2020 05:34 AM
So now that I know how that works, can I create a Slideshow on the same way aswell?
After that, I think we should have everything for the Lockscreen via Registry for everybody that is looking editing Lockscreen via Registry
PS: The best for everyone to read is probably to get all in one post and mark it as "Best Response"