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Windows 2000 server screen saver question

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Running a member Windows 2000 server, part of an Small Business Server

Small Business Server has a screen saver which will lock the screen after x minutes of non use.

Windows 2000 server doesnt seem to have the same feature.  Where can I find code or a screen server or ready made software which I can easily install and produce the same screen saver operations as does Small Business Server?


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On the screen saver, just select the "require password on reume" option
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The problem was the screen saver selection was set to NONE.  One must select a screen saver and then the option for password protection is available.
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