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LogoURL

Last Updated: 12/12/2016

Note
In Windows 10, this setting and other HelpAndSupport settings are deprecated because the Help component that they impact is being retired. Existing information in this topic is provided for reference only.

For more information on how OEMs can include their customer support contact information in the Contact Support App or Support Web page, see OEMInformation.

LogoURL specifies a link to an Original Equipment Manufacturer's (OEM's) webpage, a Help topic, or an executable file. This link appears on the Help and Support home page. When an end user clicks the logo of the OEM or organization, the corresponding page opens.

The LogoURL setting is used together with the Logo setting. When both settings are present, the logo appears and the link is active.

Values

<Path>

Specifies the path of the support page for the OEM or organization. <Path> is a string.

To create a link to a program, use this format: shortcut:<PathToExeFile>

To create a link to a page in Help and Support, use this format: mshelp://OEM/?id=<TopicGUID>

To create a link to a webpage, use this format: http://<WebpageAddress>

Valid Configuration Passes

oobeSystem

specialize

Parent Hierarchy

Microsoft-Windows-HelpAndSupport | HelpAndSupport | LogoURL

Applies To

For a list of the Windows editions and architectures that this component supports, see Microsoft-Windows-HelpAndSupport.

XML Example

The following example shows how to set a customized Help and Support home page. When a user clicks the Fabrikam logo on the Help and Support home page, the http://www.fabrikam.com/support webpage opens.

<HelpAndSupport>
  <Logo>%systemdrive%\Fabrikam\Logos\Logo.png</Logo>
  <LogoURL>http://www.fabrikam.com/support</LogoURL>
  <Manufacturer>Fabrikam</Manufacturer>
</HelpAndSupport>

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