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Forcing Screensaver Lockout Period in GPO - Longer than 900 seconds

Posted on 2010-11-23
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good day everyone,

i was wondering if there is any way to extend the 900 seconds in the password protect screensaver group policy? we would like to make it longer than the 15 minutes (900 seconds) it provides. thank you.
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Just type in over the 900 seconds..... Is it not accepting any other values?
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thank you.
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