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Screen Saver for all clients except members of one group, and members of one domain

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Hi guys, we have 5 Active Directory 2003 domains.
What Id like to do is to give all clients (XP and Windows 7) a screen saver, EXCEPT:

1.Users of a group called domainA\testing
2.All Users in a domain called domainB
If you nice people could guide me on what group policy and which setting to use, that would be great.

Any help greatly appreciated.
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I think you will need to setup this setting in each domain in an existing GPO or with new GPOs.

Here is the setting :

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc938799.aspx

The exclusions can be based via security filtering.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc781988%28WS.10%29.aspx
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Thanks RickSheikh,

This looks like local gp and not AD group policy. I want to set it at the domain level, so I will see if there is a corresponding setting in each domain's domain policy.

Local Computer Policy\User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Control Panel\Display.

Screen saver executable name

Thanks for this.

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There is. The link was just an example, under GPO it is under the same location i.e User Configuration.
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Thanks guys, sorry about the belated response.
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