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Which ADM do I need to import to edit the ssmarque.scr settings in GPMC

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Hi,

Trying to edit the ssmarque.scr settings via GPO and the below link touches on it, but I cannot see how to get to the defined settings in the screenshot (also from the posting below). I have changed the filtering in GPMC and this does not alter the view so I presume there is another ADM I have to import for these settings?

http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/Windows_2003_Active_Directory/Q_23009816.html

http://desperate-measure.com/pics/hidden-settings.jpg


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This is great and I have created the ADM and added it to the GPO and configured all the settings....but they do nothing?
I then tried disasbling the default screensaver settings incase this affected the newly imported ADM .. but nothing???
I have all the settings and looks very pretty, but does absolutely nothing to the Users settings when they log on????

Tahnks in advance!
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I actually had to edit the ADM slightly as it errored on certain parts..
See below for new config...

CLASS USER


CATEGORY "Software\Microsoft\Screensavers\Marque"
KEYNAME "Software\Microsoft\Screensavers\Marque"

              POLICY "Screen Saver executable name"
              KEYNAME "Screen Saver executable name"
                  PART "Screen Saver executable name"
                  EDITTEXT
                  DEFAULT "ssmarque.scr"
                      VALUENAME "Screensaver"
                      END PART
              END POLICY

                        
              POLICY "Screen Saver"
              KEYNAME "Screen Saver"
                      VALUENAME "Enable"
                      VALUEON "1" VALUEOFF "0"
              END POLICY


              POLICY "Password protect the screen saver"
              KEYNAME "Control Panel\Desktop"
                      VALUENAME "ScreenSaverIsSecure"
                      VALUEON "1" VALUEOFF "0"
              END POLICY


              POLICY "Screen Saver timeout"
              KEYNAME "Screen Saver timeout"
                      PART "Screen Saver timeout"
                      NUMERIC  
                      VALUENAME "ScreenSaveTimeOut"
                      END PART
              END POLICY



              POLICY "Screen Saver display text"
              KEYNAME "Screen Saver display text"
                      PART "Screen Saver display text"
                      EDITTEXT
                  DEFAULT "MASTER SCRIPT"
                      VALUENAME "Display string"
                      END PART
              END POLICY


              POLICY "Screen Saver font"
              KEYNAME "Screen Saver font"
                      PART "Screen Saver font"
                      EDITTEXT
                  DEFAULT "Times New Roman"
                      VALUENAME "Font"
                      END PART
              END POLICY


              POLICY "Screen Saver font size"
              KEYNAME "Screen Saver font size"
                      PART "Screen Saver font size"
                      NUMERIC
                      VALUENAME "Size"
                      END PART
              END POLICY


              POLICY "Screen Saver speed"
              KEYNAME "Screen Saver speed"
                      PART "Screen Saver speed"
                      NUMERIC
                      VALUENAME "Speed"
                      END PART
              END POLICY


              POLICY "Screen Saver text colour"
              KEYNAME "Screen Saver text colour"
                      PART "Screen Saver text colour"
                      NUMERIC  
                      VALUENAME "Text Colour"
                      END PART
              END POLICY


              POLICY "Screen Saver background colour"
              KEYNAME "Screen Saver background colour"
                      PART "Screen Saver background colour"
                      NUMERIC
                      VALUENAME "Background_Colour"
                      END PART
              END POLICY
      END CATEGORY
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So you got a good working one then?
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by:gilestina
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No... it just doesn't error on the syntax used anymore in certain parts... still does nothing!
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Looks perfect... Many thanks
Will test first thing tomorrow and let you know!
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Excellent response, excellent solution, taking all factors into account and able to provide a solution to the problem, not a solution to the question!
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Glad to help, thanks for the grade
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