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1answer
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How to lock Windows 7 workstation after inactivity via GPO (no screensaver or blank screen- just lock screen)

Our users have increasingly started leaving their workstations logged in and unattended (during lunch breaks etc.) To tackle the security threat this poses, we have enforced a password-protected ...
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1answer
252 views

GPO Screensaver not appearing

I've got a small network that consists of 80+ workstations that are a mix of Win7 and XP. Recently I tried applying a branded screensaver to appear on all the computers after the predetermined(15 ...
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2answers
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Publish jpg file as a ScreenSaver via GPO

Is it possible to publish jpg file as ScreenSaver via GPO? My Company wants to pulish it's Logo as ScreenSaver ( the logo is in jpg format )
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1answer
620 views

Auto log off windows machine after certain number of minutes

I have three machines on my network, two are windows xp and one is windows 7. i would like to have all three machines log a user off if they are on for more than 60 minutes. And I would like this to ...
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1answer
566 views

GPO to Disable Screensaver only when connected via RDP

Is there a GPO option to disable the idle-time screensaver for RDP connections, but keep the idle-time screensaver options for interactive logins? Edit: All users are TS users as well a local so they ...
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1answer
332 views

Different idle times (screen locking) for local vs. remote logins

Is it possible to have different screensaver locking times for local vs. remote (rdp) logins on Windows? I don't know much about Windows admin, just that this config is pushed through GPO.
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2answers
5k views

GPO to lock workstation after it is idle for X minutes without forcing a specific screensaver

I'm trying to lock XP workstations after a period of inactivity via GPO. From what I can tell, one of the requirements is that a screensaver must be set. It appears that the only way to force the ...
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Group Policy Screensaver's

Recently my company has decided that you must have the company wallpaper and screensaver. I have created two GPO's to do this applying to users within the domain, the first GPO applies the wallpaper ...