'Password protected screen saver' is not getting activated!!

I have an simple MFC dialog based application. On launch of that
application 'Password protected screen saver' is not getting activated
after the screen saver timeout.

If 'On resume, password protect' option unchecked, I am getting the
Screen saver.

Application not generating any of the keyboard or any user events to
disturb the system. If I exit the application every thing works
normal(Means password protected screen saver gets activates after
screen saver time out period.)

Please help me in understanding, why 'Password protected screen saver'
is not getting activated.

Posted On: Monday 5th of November 2012 12:56:21 AM Total Views:  522
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