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How to disbale Windows 2003 Autolock

Posted on 2004-09-14
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I need to find a way in the registry to disable the default time period to lock the desktop of the server after inactivity. We are running terminal services on these servers and need to change the time or turn off the desktop autlock feature.
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by:sloopeth
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this is in the screen saver options in desktop properties - unless i misread and u specifically need a reg fix?
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by:sanchito_75
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yes I believe it is in the registry becuase it is not a screensaver
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its definitely the screensaver - the ? was whether or not u specifically wanted a reg fix
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by:sanchito_75
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A reg fix is the best so I can just import it onto all the servers. The question is is a global for all terminal server users or just a per user fix.

thanks
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ok I have solved the question thanks for eveyones input
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