Note: You must be using EEE Server version 2.9.1 or later
Currently your UEFI FDE login screen looks like the image below:
You want to replace the current logo banner as shown below for your corporate logo:
If you already have an EEE Server installed, please skip this step and refer to ‘Custom logo setup’.
To begin, you can follow the knowledgebase article below for a step by step guide to install the EEE Server and carry out some configuration tasks.
On Legacy servers (2.9.3 and earlier) -
On Multi-Tenant servers (2.10.10 and later) -
Note: If you are upgrading your server from a previous version rather than 3. It may be called DESlock+ Enterprise Server
(The logo file must be named “user.png” and is suggested to be sized at 2250 x 90 pixels)
(The logo can be larger or smaller than stated above but must follow the same aspect ratio. The image itself within the bootloader is resized to width (according to the aspect) and will be cropped if the height is more than 120 pixels)
Or you can make use of the Auto Full Disk Encryption Feature by following our article below:
IMPORTANT: When using OPAL encryption, it is NOT possible to chance the banner after a Workstation has already been encrypted!
If your machine is already encrypted you can download a new merged installer with the modified logo banner applied and install it over the top of your existing client installation. Please refer back to the Custom Logo Setup section of this article to see how you can apply a customised logo banner in your Server. Once you have followed the steps you will need to download a new merged installer and install it on your client system, as seen in this article [KB7187] Download a merged install for ESET Endpoint Encryption installation on a workstation
You can also add the logo manually on the client Workstation by mounting the ESP partition and copying the file onto it.
Z: will only be accessible as an administrator, so you won’t see it from Explorer. You will have to copy it using the command prompt, so make sure the user.png is in a suitable location.
If the drive Z: is being used, you will need to mount to a drive letter that is currently not in use.