Windows 10: Forced Resolution for Classroom Setting
Forced Resolution for Classroom Setting
Hi all! I've got a lab of about 50 computers, all of which are the newer 5K iMacs. They're all set up to dual-boot into Windows 10, but nobody boots into the OS X side. The hardware is great, but the resolution is a bit of a problem. I have all the drivers installed and updated to the newest versions, but Windows has a habit of retaining the resolution of the last person who logged in. For instance, if I log in and change the resolution to 800x600, then log out, the next person to log in will have 800x600 until they change it. That leads to a lot of calls to the IT Help Desk complaining about display issues in that classroom.
What I would like is something like a group policy to set the resolution and scaling, so nobody can change it. I know a group policy doesn't exist to natively do that, but I'm sure someone out there has a solution that'll work for this. Anybody have any ideas?
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can be changed using the registry, but the exact key depends on the graphics card.
If you have the found the correct key, you could use GPO Preferences to set the resolution.
I saw that post, and tried every variation I can think of, but still nothing. It seems like those registry entries don't do anything. I searched the registry for anything called LogPixels, and found a handful of them, but they also didn't work. My next step, I think, is to export the registry on a "working" machine, then compare it to the registry on one where everything looks too small.
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I apologize for this question but i have looked and cannot find the answer.
Will Win 10 be a forced download. Will i have the option to install or not.