Account integrity module reports ScreenSaver Timeout not found but screensaver timeout is set by group policy
The module checks the following registry key:
HKEY_ USERS\<user’s SID>\Control Panel\Desktop
If it has the value ScreenSaveActive equal to 1 but there is not a value for ScreenSaveTimeout, the “ScreenSaver Timeout not found” message will be generated.
Group policy will set the key here: HKEY_ USERS\<user’s SID>\software\policies\Microsoft\Windows\Control Panel\Desktop.
These two keys should match, but there may be instances where they do not. There is no check for the second key.
Synchronize group policy to set the key for the user.
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