If your browser is set to a home page that is the corporate home page then you can use that as the Desktop wallpaper.
If the corporate home page changes regularly then the users background/wallpaper will show it.
Be careful though. Some testing would be advisable as very strange things happen using a web page as a wallpaper; eg, if the desktop has icons on it, the web page is pushed over to the right and the icons are moved to the left. The desktop web page fills the rest of the screen so may look out of proportion.
It's a weird feeling having a desktop web page.
Is it possible to create/amend a user network login script to set user windows desktop background to be a URL?
I know on windows XP you can set the background to be the content of a URL, I'm just wondering if this process can be automated every time the user logs onto their desktop to always show the corporate homepage with upto date news headlines etc.
If anyone can tell me if this is possible and if so, point me in the right direction of acheiving this.
Thanks in advance.