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Windows 2008 AD w/ XP & 7 Clients, Looking to Lock Screen Saver Settings

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Looking to, maybe through Group Policy, set a screen saver on end desktops and the settings and not have the user be able to change it (ex. any screen saver, time out 5 minutes, requires password when exiting)
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