Windows 10 desktop will auto lock after 1 minute of inactivity requiring password

Saw this once before on a Windows 7 desktop but forgot how I fixed it. I've checked all power settings and they are all set to "Never". This is a desktop not a laptop, so there's no lid to close. l

Any ideas?
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Look at both your screen timeout and screen saver settings. Both are found when you type lock screen to your search field.

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jness00Author Commented:
Haven't used a "Screen Saver" in years. Thanks Windows 10 for reminding me there's a Screen Saver after updating from 8.1 and activating the lock screen after 1 minute even though I had no Screen Saver chosen.  Of all things. What a waste of my time trying to figure this out and missing a stupid check box.

Thanks for you help.
Amit BhakayCommented:
I found it in the ScreenSaver timeout option, disabled the Wait check box. All good now.
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