So, here is a repost of the Vista version which is issentially identical:
Note our logo, our support info, and a link ot our Web site.
Windows Server 2008 x64 Web Edition OEM Branded
Windows Server 2003 was basically an oeminfo.ini with the company support information and an oemlogo.bmp of the logo copied into %windir%\system32.
On Windows Server 2008, one needs to follow these steps:
- modify a registry entry
- Copy the bitmap into %windir%\system32\oobe
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
"SupportHours"="Monday to Friday 08:30 to 17:00"
Change the above entries to your own company's information and away you go.
Note that when installing the two files one needs to copy them to the local desktop if they are resident on a network share.
The OEM logo is bitmap and must be named OEMLogo as per the registry setting. You can experiment with names and types to see what works best for you.
Our bitmap logo is 88 pixels by 88 pixels in size and is 24 bits in depth.
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