Group Policy Windows7

So I have a windows 2003 Domain with Windows XP clients.  I wish to start putting windows7 our to a few memebers of staff.  In the past we have used BGInfo to put the wallpaper on the desktops and GPO to back that up.  We have also setup a company SCR via GPO.

Now with windows7, i have been using and used the same GPO as the XP machines.  but I never get a screen saver.  On the personalse screen is says no scr selected, but when you click it, it shows the company SCR and it's locked with 10mins and password protect.  This screensaver never gets activated.  I know that if I use the adminPack for windows7, i can update the GPO policies to include win7 items even though it's running from a win2003 domain.

I did think about making a theme and trying to lock that down, but i don't SCR's are included in sav file.

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What would the best settings to apply for what i need. (windows7)
Desktop wallpaper locked to 1 or more
Screen Saver Locked to one, with 10mins and password protect.
Possible colour locking.

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McKnifeCommented:
There is no adminpak working on win7. Download and use RSAT for win7 and you will be able to set wallpaper and screensaver. RSAT is the successor of adminpak.
What is coulour locking? You can lock the theme, too, yes.
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myhcAuthor Commented:
What setting do I need then for a complete lockdown.  a screen shot of the report would be good.  If someone want to make it up in GPO and send the screen shot
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McKnifeCommented:
We did not lock those, so I cannot help out. But I suggest you read the documentation, you'll find it.
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=18c90c80-8b0a-4906-a4f5-ff24cc2030fb&displaylang=en
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centervCommented:
These are the only 2 entries that come up in search of a win7 gpo
src-gpo.jpg
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myhcAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help
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centervCommented:
You're welcome.
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