I work from home, but I'm also in the office quite often. My work and home machines are both Windows 7 Ultimate.
When I'm in the office I like my computer to go to screen saver fairly quickly and then lock ("On resume, display logon screen").
But when I'm home, I often do something on my home computer for a good length of time, and I don't want the remote session to lock and require a password when I switch back over to it.
I'm looking for a (Group Policy?) setting that can turn off the screen saver only for remote sessions. Is this possible?