PhotoScreensaver using GPO is blank

Why is 'PhotoScreensaver.scr' in other workstations (domain) opening as blank (black)? I've set picture screensaver (containing one picture) on one workstation and copied 'PhotoScreensaver.scr' to a network share. In domain controller (Windows Server 2008) I've created new GPO: 1. at logon copy 'PhotoScreensaver.scr' from network share to %systemroot%\system32; 2. enable: Screen Saver, Screen Saver executable name (PhotoScreensaver.scr), Password protect the screen saver, Screen Saver timeout.
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Alex GreenProject Systems EngineerCommented:
Don't save it the picture to system32..... The end user won't have access.

Drop it in Program Data. That should work, have you stipulated where the picture is located for the screensaver?
have you checked if screen saver actually getting copied on workstation with GPO?
If its not, then what you are seen is expected
another possibility if screen saver resolution is too high or file size is too big, windows would fail to load it
You can copy screen saver under system32 or syswow64 and I don't see problem with that as that is their default location, standard users cannot copy files there but they can read those as you would use GPO script to copy those screen savers there which use admin account or system account

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Tiborg GuaranaIT beginsAuthor Commented:
Thank you mister Mahesh you helped us a lot. We had to copy inside syswow64 as systems are 64bit. Hopefully everything will work fine when tomorrow people login again :)
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