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Kindly refer to the following steps:
- Open the start menu up and search for "Control Panel"
- Go to "Appearance and Personalization"
- Click on "Change screen saver" underneath Personalization on the right (or search in the top right as the option appears to be gone in recent version of windows 10)
- Under Screen saver, there is an option to wait for "x" minutes to show the log off screen (See below)
If you uncheck the checkbox, you should be able to prevent your computer from logging off.
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I have the same problem, Is it to had to solve this issue????
For me problem was solved when I set lock screen background to 'windows spotlight' or 'picture'. It has problem only when I set background to 'slideshow'.