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Setting in GPO for Password Required on Wake-up

Where is the setting for a terminal services client to extend the time till a password screen is required to log back on after being idle?
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Have you checked to see if the issue is actually the screen saver prompting for a password?

If it isn't the password, check here:

Computer > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Terminal Services> Sessions
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computer Configuration Policies> Windows Components>Remote desktop Services >Remote Desktop Session Host>Session Time Limit
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So, how do I control the time to screensaver in the GPO?
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Thanks for the points and very glad we could help, however I need to point out that bgarbus was the first to point you in the direction of the screensaver, I just elaborated on his suggestion, so in all fairness he should receive some of the credit.

If you see this post, in my opinion you should request a mod to come along and split the points up a bit more fairly. You can just use the 'Request attention' button at the top of the thread.

Again, glad we could be of help!

Cheers,

Pete