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Wednesday, August 05, 2015 9:00 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote How did you change the login screen image? Reply Dobbelina October 11, 2016 at 3:41 pm # LockScreenGone v1.0 Has been re-worked totally. I noticed this when trying to solve a different issue where I'm stuck with the default cave/beach background. Both of these solutions work because they have little to do with Spotlight – which is nice, because it’s broken. his comment is here

You may also restart the PC if you prefer that to test that behavior as well.You will notice that the lock screen is skipped automatically on log in again.Update: Ghacks Reader Then check the checkbox for 'Allow files in this folder to have contents indexed in addition to file properties.' Becca "Tried all 5 methods and got no results, but chose an I have tried adding either one of the windows wallpapers or one of... Thanks a million.

Windows Spotlight Lock Screen Not Working

it's just a stupid little lock screen. Perhaps they could consider reviewing their content if others are also finding that it is not actually working.Thanks to all (apart from Microsoft of course, who are trying to waste all Seriously Microsoft? That will make your puter show the Lock Screen with a Slideshow of your downloaded Spotlight images for 30 minutes, and then your puter will go to sleep and turn off

That's it. Reason: Patch updated https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByXxjI18DZC5VE8xalJKSGJ3SXc/view Cyrill March 15, 2017 at 5:45 pm # Stopped working again as of yesterday.I tried Patch version 5-1 and it errors with unknown MD5 error.LogonController.dll File Version: Reply JeffH August 9, 2016 at 4:56 pm # Same for me. Windows 10 Lock Screen Not Changing Apply changes and click on Start button to immediately start Windows Search service.

Right-click System and click New > DWORD (32-bit) Value. Right click your desktop, Personalize -> Lock Screen -> Switch to Slideshow or Picture, switch back to Windows Spotlight, a new image should load in preview 6. It led me to try out another option to fix the same issue. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/dd739d61-a87b-4fbf-a110-e5f21ff29319/ctrlaltdel-lock-screen-background-bug?forum=win10itprogeneral In the end I just reverted back to Windows 8 as I cannot afford my work PC to fail on me.

Either the downloaded images become corrupted, or something else gets screwed up, and suddenly you end up with either the same image forever, or a blank screen. Disable Windows Spotlight Thank you very much. This will keep my sanity until someone programs and releases a "disable lockscreen" service.Really, Microsoft. They are making even a simple thing like disabling the lock screen practically impossible unless you're a comp sci wizard with a hex editor, or bending over backwards to do things

Windows Spotlight Black Screen

And can confirm all working fine. Logoff = No Lockscreen >>> Works, I hadn't tried this before as I never use this function, but it works! 4. Windows Spotlight Lock Screen Not Working Reply Pete August 22, 2016 at 2:29 pm # " it all helps for pro! Windows Spotlight Not Working After Anniversary Update Thanks.

Screen saver, on resume display log-on screen = No Lockscreen 5. this content The Windows Spotlight pictures should now be visible. Set it up with the default profile or whatever it is that is in effect before someone actually signs on. it does not need the lockapp.exe in this case but is originated somewhere else (maybe lockapphost.exe?)The only thing renaming lockapp folder does is not to show up lock screen for the Windows 10 Lock Screen Black

This can be done on the first screen of Step 3, click the button to 'Change User or Group' and enter System in the only editable field. Lock screen image is getting gray. Reply BlackEagle September 17, 2016 at 1:43 pm # Great work !!! http://worov.com/lock-screen/problem-with-customizing-lock-screen-image.html Even my prior password wouldn't work.

All the things I know of that should stop the login requirement are still set to disable it. Windows 10 Lock Screen Not Working Sleep = No Lockscreen >>> Lock Screen STILL VISIBLE, then when dismissed Windows is visible but inaccessible (actually 'locked') until Ctrl-Alt-Del pressed 3. All rights reserved.

Screen saver, on resume do not display log-on screen = No Lockscreen >>> I have screen saver = None, so cannot test this one 6.

It workd perfect for me. I want pure white lock screen. The script looks for LogonController.bak in the system32 folder which is the backupfiles name. Force A Specific Default Lock Screen Image Windows 10 The issue with the lockscreen re-appearing after Lock & Sleep mode have been resolved.

I'm PAYING for the OS at that point. Tom Dees December 16, 2016 at 5:52 pm # Finally someone with common sense, thank u pHROZEN gHOST!...Prior to the ridiculous Anniversary-Update; one could easily disable the lock screen and go However, even if you just temporarily disable the scheduled task and then try locking the computer to "set it", this also doesn't work -- as soon as the scheduled task runs http://worov.com/lock-screen/problem-changing-windows-8-1-lock-screen-image.html Last nights update sorted this one out for me.

them" mentality, and a "we're better then them (because we're developers... Also I could disable Cortana, completely. Logoff = No Lockscreen 4. set up the intervals to the value you want.

Reply Martin Brinkmann August 5, 2016 at 7:22 am # The method works very well for me when locking the operating system while it is running, but I noticed that it https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByXxjI18DZC5VE8xalJKSGJ3SXcModes tested: 1. Keep it as simple as possible with a few options as possible, so when users switch to a new Win 10 Home device it all pretty much looks the same.But, us So this wont work for home use...