Windows 7 - PhotoScreensaver.scr - change location of folder for pictures

I am looking to force a number of Windows 7 machines to use the "Photos" screensaver (PhotoScreensaver.scr) as their screensaver.  

I want to specify a different folder location for the images than the default.

I see how the screensaver can be set by either GPO or by setting the registry entry HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\SCRNSAVE.EXE to use "C:\Windows\system32\PhotoScreensaver.scr.

I have not been able to find how to change the default folder location for the pictures.
In Windows XP - it is Registry Key:  HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Screen Saver.Slideshow
value: ImageDirectory --> C:\utils\DockPC-Images

In Windows 7??

Assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPRetiredCommented:
If you install the windows live photogallery you can use a network location and the item to change is HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows Live\Photo Gallery\Slideshow\Screensaver
FolderPath  REG_SZ and you can point it to a network path that the user has access to.

SCRNSAVE.EXE = c:\windows\system32\PhotoScreensaver.scr

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Briguy_572Author Commented:
I will try that in the morning.  Thanks
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