I want to run through such an easy thing to do but wanted to document it nonetheless. Setting a Group Policy to have a shiny new Veeam background on all your domain machines. (obliviously you don’t have to have the Veeam wallpapers)
I as many of my visitors have their own home lab or are leveraging a public cloud for their lab purposes. I have just spent my Monday going through my home lab and have upgraded all my servers to Windows Server 2016 and I have also updated all my Veeam components to the latest version 9.5.
When I rebuilt this lab a few months back I never got around to adding the custom Veeam desktop images to each server, so decided to look at how easy this would be to deploy into a group policy so that all domain added machines would get a nice Veeam logo.
Open Group Policy Management on any domain joined machine you have.
GitHub Repo – I also want to add a link here for the repository of Veeam wallpapers – https://github.com/MichaelCade/Veeam-Wallpapers
A very simple post and very picture orientated but hopefully this walk-through will help someone in their home lab or day to day admin work, as always please leave any feedback with me on Twitter @MichaelCade1