Re: Configure Secure Screen Saver En Masse
Date: Sat, 29 May 2004 01:02:13 GMT
There is no easy way however one way would be to logn to a secure W2K
workstation as a domain administrator and then use mmc/Group Policy snapin
and select browse to find other computers where you can configure that
setting under user configuration/administrative templates/control
panlel/display. At least you could do it from one place. --- Steve
"Jason Wilcox" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I'm wanting to configure all of my Windows 2000 workstations (45) to
> utilize a password protected screen saver.
> I'm running on a NT 4.0 domain.
> What methods could I use to distribute this change without having to
> visit every workstation?
> I'd also like to disable the users ability to change any of the screen
> saver settings.
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