Screensaver Setup Guide

Screensaver Setup Guide

To install the screensaver on multiple company-owned devices, please refer to the 'Group Policy / Intune' section below.

Install Guide


Single PC

Contact to obtain your screensaver URL. If your current subscription does not include a screensaver licence by default, the support team will discuss your options with you.
  1. Click this link to download the Vibescreensaver 1.2.1 installer:
  2. When the download is complete, locate and run the Vibescreensaver 1.2.1.exe file

  3. In the Vibe Screensaver Setup window
    1. Click Start

      NB: If you are not an admin and you are prompted for a user account control permission, please allow the permission before continuing to the next step.
    2. Check and update the following settings if needed. If you have an old version already running on your PC, these settings will be automatically populated:
      1. URL to load
      2. Wait time
      3. On resume, display logon screen
    3. Click Install

    4. Click Finish

    5. Click Restart to restart your computer

In your Power Options settings - Set 'Turn off the display' to Never so the screensaver is visible onscreen when your PC is not in use.

Group Policy / Intune

The screensaver app requires .Net Framework 4.0.
Please install .Net Framework 4.0 on all target PCs before installing the screensaver app.
You can follow this article to install .Net Framework 4.0 via Group Policy: 
[Learn more]
Read First
  1. Before you get started, contact to request your custom MSI installer and provide confirmation of the highlighted settings which we will include in your package:
    1. URL to load (this will be created by the support team)
    2. Wait time (in minutes)
    3. On resume, display logon screen: True/False

  2. Use the supplied MSI package to mass install via Group Policy / Intune.
  3. The MSI should only be installed in quiet mode (i.e. no user interface nor user interaction). Here is a sample command to install the MSI in quiet mode:
    C:\download>msiexec /i VibeScreensaver.1.2.1.quiet_mode_only.msi /quiet
  4. If the target PC is running Window 8.0 or earlier (e.g. Windows 7), please follow this article to enable TLS1.2:
    Windows 8.1, Windows 10, and later versions of Windows natively support TLS 1.2.
Install steps
  1. Login to and open Apps
  2. Under 'By platform', click Windows
  3. Click + Add

  4. Under App type, select Other/Line-of-business app
  5. In the Add App screen, click select app package file, select the MSI file provided (e.g. VibeScreensaver.1.X.X.quiet_mode_only.msi), then click OK.
  6. Under App Information
    1. Name - Vibe Screensaver
    2. Description - Vibe Sceensaver setup wizard application push
    3. Publisher - Limited
    4. Command-line arguments - /quiet
    5. All other settings can stay default
    6. Click Next
  7. Under Assignments (Required), add a group or select all devices (this will depend on your organisations Intune setup), then click Next
  8. Review App creation and click Create. This should now push out on the next Intune Policy sync.
  9. After installing the screensaver app, the target PCs need to be restarted for the changes to take effect. Please schedule a restart via Group Policy / Intune. When installing via Intune, you may need to schedule a second restart to complete the installation.
To customise the screen saver logo on your local system:

For a single PC:
1. Create a transparent PNG and save it as "logo.png".
2. Copy the logo into the custom folder:

To update multiple PCs using group policy:
1. The file path for the custom logo is stored in the registry node value:
   Computer > HKEY_CURRENT_USER > SOFTWARE > VibeScreenSaver > CustomLogo
2. The file path can be either a local file path (e.g., C:/logo.png) or a remote URL (e.g., If a remote URL is used, it must be publicly accessible.
3. You can create a Windows group policy to set the CustomLogo's value to the remote URL for multiple PCs.


Contact to obtain your screensaver URL. If your current subscription does not include a screensaver licence by default, the support team will discuss your options with you.
Follow the steps below to add the screensaver on a Mac:
  1. Download the latest file here 
  2. Once it has finished downloading, right-click and select Open to bypass Gatekeeper and install the screen saver
  3. Open System Preferences > Screen Saver to locate and open the WebViewScreenSaver option, then enter your custom screensaver URL
    The System Settings window, with Screen Saver settings selected in the sidebar and Ventura selected on the right.
  4. Click Close
If updates are not showing on your screensaver, try clearing your cache. Open your local drive and locate your user folder. Open the VibeScreensaver folder and remove all the files within the 'browser_cache' folder

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