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configure the screen so it never goes on standby and off via gpo

I need to configure the screen so it never goes on standby and off. I can do this via gpo?
The server is windows 2008 r2 windows 7 and the client.
Thanks for the help
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That should all be in the Power settings GPO

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pozlu0Author Commented:
thanks a lot,
I need to totally disable the display turns off.
In the document it would appear that you can delay the shutdown of the video but not disabling.
In Control Panel\Power Options\ under Preferred Plans|Balanced-Change Plan Settings  you choose "Never" from the drop down arrow box.
Have a look at Power Saver and High performance Change Plan Settings as well.
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pozlu0Author Commented:
nothing to do.
I set the parameters as suggested but after about ten minutes the screen turns off.
I enclose the gpo
Could you go to client and run rsop.msc and check the GPO sucessfully applied or not, please? Looks like GPO not applied to the client. If GPO not applied please make sure you are editting the right GPO and make sure its linked to the computer container with priority. If there is another GPO in the same container, make sure power related GPO settings are default which means Not Configured.
pozlu0Author Commented:
The PCs do not update the policy because you are on a connection via UMTS and stops processing policies. I enabled slow link detection to detect parameter 0 and it worked.
Thanks for the valuable help
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