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- Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Working on a project where they make graphical desktops available to their data scientists. Received a security finding that the desktops didn't have automate screenlocking enabled. Threw together some automation to make the requisite security settings. However, when users login, we're still getting a popup that says (see attached image-snippet):
Screen lock disabled Screen locking requires the GNOME display manager
Now, the system does have the:
RPMs all installed. And the relevant dconf settings are applied. So, I'm not sure what's going on. I haven't submitted the system for scanning, yet, because I assume the popup means the scans will fail (but that may be a bad assumption). If such is the case, anyone have any ideas why I'm getting this popup and how to remediate it?