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Terminal Server idle time

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Hi!

my Terminal Server disconnects me after 2 mins of idle time... how i can change this parameter for a never disconnection terminal server session?

Thx!
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On your terminal server, go to:

start- program- administrative tools -  terminal service configuration.

click on connections, right click on RDP-Tcp, click on the session tab, and set it up there...
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