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How to enable password when waking from Computer sleep but not display sleep?


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I want Windows/Linux kind of behaviour where Sleep and Screen lock are independent. I'd like the computer to ask for my password when waking from Full Sleep but NOT when it simply wakes from Display sleep. Is there a way to do this?

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