Remote Control: Desktop wallpaper on remote host is not disabled
Article ID: 33563
CA Automation Suite for Data Centers - Configuration Automation
CA Client Automation - Asset Management
CA Client Automation - IT Client Manager
CA Client Automation
CA Client Automation - Remote Control
CA Client Automation - Asset Intelligence
CA Client Automation - Desktop Migration Manager
CA Client Automation - Patch Manager
The following Remote Control policy is set to TRUE, however, the user's desktop wallpaper is still enabled:
Policy: DSM --> Remote Control --> Host --> General --> Always disable wallpaper
If there is a Group Policy to enable Active Desktop, when RC connects it acts as the User and cannot disable Active Desktop nor remove the wallpaper set.
Client Automation (ITCM) -- any version.
A group policy may be forcefully enabling an active desktop on the system, which will result in a wallpaper still getting displayed.
You can check if an Active Desktop is configured in Global Policy:
gpedit.msc --> Local Computer Policy --> User Configuration --> Administrative Templates --> Desktop
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