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Use the Custom button to add special information you define yourself. There are several reasons why someone would install it. The image files are x, so they can look fuzzy on high-res screens. This option produces a smaller bitmap.

The Multiple Monitor Configuration button allows you to specify how multiple monitors attached to a single console should be handled. This will also be the folder you add your custom.

Use this to collect a history of one or more systems on your network. At this point you can start to modify to get it how you like. Specifies the location to place the output bitmap file. It is somewhat unofficial because Microsoft does not promote the program as official software. Also check out these articles.

The solution for me that resolved the black background issue was hard setting a wallpaper background. In this age of virtualized environments, oftentimes we may have literally hundreds of server desktops to administer. Allows you to insert a bitmap image into the output. Here is my current template after a few additional modifications, which I go into more detail below.

By default only the User Desktop wallpaper is changed. Creates a bitmap with color depth matching that of the display. The information is formatted exactly as it would if displayed on the desktop, but resides in a fitted window instead.

Notice The following instructions will only work if the user has Administrator level account. Creates a bit or bit color bitmap. If some items are very long for example some network card names you can use the Limit Lines to item to wrap them. When using this option the history database is not updated. Windows Server and higher.

No warranties or guarantees are provided. However, the program generates the background image only when the settings are applied after a reboot or shutdown.

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