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Network Timeout Setting In Registry? Where?

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Where in the Registry can I edit the time out for Telnet, or TCP/IP??  User is on network, and the connection drops for 2 min and then is back, I want to change the timeout to 2 minutes before the Windows says it's lost network connection.
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Perferably telnet timeout rather then tcp
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Im not sure what you are looking for but maybe this will help.
http://www.winguides.com/registry/display.php/879/
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