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FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20 Windows Desktop Management Guide 09 (FusionSphere V100R006C10 or Earlier)

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Installing the Desktop Experience Package

Installing the Desktop Experience Package

Scenarios

This task instructs software installation engineers to install the desktop experience package and customize configuration.

Prerequisites

The user prepares the wallpaper and lock screen image for repalcement.

Data

For details about key data and parameters, see the description given in specific procedures.

Procedure

Installing the Windows 7 desktop experience package

  1. In the lower left corner of the VM, click .
  2. In the Server Summary area, select Do not show me this console at logon.
  3. In the left navigation tree, select Features. In the Features Summary area, click Add Features, and select Desktop Experience, as shown in Figure A-1.

    NOTE:

    If the Desktop Experience function has been installed, go to Step 7.

    Figure A-1 Desktop Experience

  4. Click Next, and then click Install.
  5. After the installation, click Close and restart the VM as prompted.
  6. Log in to the VM as user Administrator. After the window indicating that the installation is successful is displayed, click Close, close the Server Manager window.
  7. On the taskbar, right-click , and click Unpin this program from taskbar.

Starting the Themes and audio services

  1. On the VM, click Start. In the Search programs and files text box, enter services.msc and press Enter.
  2. Double-click Themes and set Startup type to Automatic.
  3. Click Apply and set Service status to Started.
  4. Click OK to exit the Themes window.
  5. Double-click Windows Audio and set Startup type to Automatic.
  6. Click Apply and set Service status to Started.
  7. Click OK to exit the Windows Audio window.
  8. Double-click Windows Audio Endpoint Builder and set Startup type to Automatic.
  9. Click OK to exit the Windows Audio Endpoint Builder window.
  10. Exit the Services window.

Changing the theme and desktop background

  1. Copy your desired background images to the C:\Windows\Web\Wallpaper\Windows directory on the VM.
  2. Right-click the VM desktop, choose Personalize from the menu that is displayed. On the page that is displayed, click Windows 7 under Aero Themes (1).
  3. At the bottom of the window, click Desktop Background.
  4. Next to Picture location, click Browse, choose the C:\Windows\Web\Wallpaper\Windows directory, select the image that you copied to the directory, and then deselect the existing img0 image. Click Save changes.
  5. Under My Themes, click Unsaved Theme. Click Save Theme. The Save Theme As dialog box is displayed. Enter a theme name in the text box under Theme name, and then click Save.
  6. Exit the Personalization window.

Changing an unlock image

  1. Name your desired unlock image as backgroundDefault.jpg. The image must be in the .jpg file format and is less than 256 KB.
  2. Create the C:\Windows\System32\oobe\info\backgrounds directory on the VM and copy your desired unlock image to the directory.
  3. On the VM, click Start. In the Search programs and files text box, enter regedit. The Registry Editor window is displayed.
  4. On the left navigation tree, choose Computer > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Authentication > LogonUI > Background. Double-click OEMBackground.
  5. In the dialog box that is displayed, change the value of Value data from 0 to 1, and click OK. The Registry Editor window is closed.
  6. Click Start. In the Search programs and files text box, enter gpedit.msc. The Local Group Policy Editor window is displayed.
  7. Set Always use custom logon background to Enabled, as shown in Figure A-2.

    Figure A-2 Local Group Policy Editor

Modifying the default system settings

  1. Click Start. In the Search programs and files text box, enter sysdm.cpl. The System Properties window is displayed.
  2. In the Advanced tab, click Settings under Startup and Recovery.
  3. Set the system according to Figure A-3. Click OK.

    Figure A-3 Startup and Recovery

  4. In the Advanced tab, click Settings under Performance.
  5. In the dialog box that is displayed, click the Visual Effects tab, and select Adjust for best appearance, Click Apply.
  6. In the Advanced tab, select Programs.
  7. In the Data Execution Prevention tab, select Turn on DEP for essential Windows programs and services only, Click OK.
  8. Click OK.
  9. Restart the VM and log in to the VM as user Administrator.
  10. Right-click and click Properties.
  11. Select Shut down, as shown in Figure A-4.

    Figure A-4 Taskbar and Start Menu Properties

  12. Click OK.
  13. Click . In the Search programs and files text box, enter gpedit.msc. The Local Group Policy Editor window is displayed.
  14. Set the status of both Activate Shutdown Event Tracker System Start Data feature and Display Shutdown Event Tracker to Disabled, as shown in Figure A-5.

    Figure A-5 Local Group Policy Editor

  15. Set the status of Interactive logon: Do not require CTRL+ALT+DEL to Enabled, as shown in Figure A-6.

    Figure A-6 Interactive logon: Do not require CTRL+ALT+DEL

  16. Click and choose Administrative Tools > Server Manager.
  17. On the right pane of the Server Manager that is displayed, locate Security Information, and click Configure IE ESC, as shown in Figure A-7.

    Figure A-7 Server Manager

  18. On the Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration window that is displayed, set Administrators and Users to Off, as shown in Figure A-8.

    Figure A-8 Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration

  19. Click OK.
  20. Exit the Server Manager window.
  21. Click . Right-click Server Manager, and click Delete.

Using the profile of user Administrator as the profile of the default user

  1. Click and choose Administrative Tools > Computer Management.
  2. In the left navigation tree, choose Computer Management(Local) > System Tools > Local Users and Groups. Click Users, and right-click New User.
  3. Enter profilehelp for User name and the password, as shown in Figure A-9.

    Figure A-9 New User

  4. Click Create.
  5. Click Close.
  6. Right-click the newly created profilehelp, and choose Properties.
  7. On the profilehelp Properties window that is displayed, click the Member Of tab. Click Add to add profilehelp to the Administrators permission group, as shown in Figure A-10.

    Figure A-10 Select Groups

  8. Deregister the user Administrator and log in to the VM using the newly created user profilehelp.
  9. Click Start. In the Search programs and files text box, enter regedit. The Registry Editor window is displayed.
  10. On the left navigation tree, choose Computer > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Microsoft > Windows NT > CurrentVersion > ProfileList. Double-click Default.
  11. In the dialog box that is displayed, change the value of Value data to %SystemDrive%\Users\Administrator, and click OK.
  12. Click Start. In the Search programs and files text box, enter sysdm.cpl. The System Properties window is displayed.
  13. In the Advanced tab, click Settings under User Profiles.
  14. Select Default Profile and click Copy To.
  15. In the Copy To window that is displayed, click Browse. Select C:\Users\Default, as shown in Figure A-11.

    Figure A-11 Copy To

  16. Click OK. On the dialog box that is displayed, click Yes, as shown in Figure A-12.

    Figure A-12 Confirm Copy

  17. Click OK twice.
  18. In the Registry Editor window. Choose Computer > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Microsoft > Windows NT > CurrentVersion > ProfileList. Double-click Default. Restore Value data to %SystemDrive%\Users\Default.
  19. Deregister user profilehelp and log in to the VM as user Administrator.

    Delete the user.

  20. Check whether a full copy template needs to be created.

  21. Click . Choose Control Panel > User Accounts > Add or remove user accounts.
  22. Select profilehelp and click Delete the account, as shown in Figure A-13.

    Figure A-13 Delete the account

  23. Click Delete Files.
  24. Click Delete Account.
  25. Repeat Step 72 to Step 75 to delete users except for users Administrator and Guest.

    End.

  26. Click and choose Control Panel > User Accounts > Change account type. Select profilehelp and click Remove, as shown in Figure A-14.

    A prompt is displayed.

    Figure A-14 User account

  27. Click Yes.
  28. Click OK and the User Accounts window is closed.
  29. Click . In the Search programs and files text box, enter sysdm.cpl. The System Properties window is displayed. In the User Profiles area on the Advanced tab page, click Settings. Select Account Unknown and click Delete.
  30. In the dialog box that is displayed, click Yes.
  31. Double-click OK and the System Properties window is closed.

    End.

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