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Group Policy

I have a windows 2008 server, which around 20 XP workstations.
I would like to use group policy to ensure that all PCs on the domain do not require the user to enter the password each time the machine is locked through a period of inactivity.
I cannot find the answer anywhere via google, and cannot think of any more ways to word my question.
Thanks in advance
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smd333
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FirstDownMageCommented:
You need to disable Password on Resume feature.  Under Display Properties: Screen Saver, there is a check box that says:  On Resume, Password protect.

From the server side:
Edit the Default Domain Policy>>User Config>>Admin Templates>>Control
Panel>>Display>>Password Protect Screen Saver (and Screen Saver Timeout).

Its explained in this post:
http://www.eggheadcafe.com/conversation.aspx?messageid=29677717&threadid=29677715

Hope that helps.
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smd333Author Commented:
Thanks very much for the prompt response.
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