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Old 12-12-2008
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Auto Logoff Policy

Dear all,

I have Windows SBS 2003 server and i have to access the same remotely sometime but for some unknown reason i am logged out automatically after 2 hours. I want to know how can i change the auto logoff policy.

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Re: Auto Logoff Policy

First of all let me knowi if you are logged in as Administrator or user?? Also what type of session and user account you have ?? If you are logged in as administrator then you can Set time-out settings for disconnected, active, and idle sessions. You can follow below article for the same.
Set time-out settings for disconnected, active, and idle sessions

Below is the default settings
Active Connection: 120 minutes
Disconnection: 10 minutes
Idle: 30 minutes.
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Hey techman that's what i was looking for. Glad to get it at the very first reply.
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