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I need to increase the time a session variable is needed from 20 minutes to an hour. I'm using .ASP and Dreamweaver.

How do I do it?
 
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<%  
response.write("Current Timeout is: " & Session.Timeout & " minutes.")

Session.Timeout=60   ' Set new timeout value

response.write("Timeout is now: " & Session.Timeout & " minutes.")
%>

OR if you have access to the web server you can set session timeout for the whole site.
1. Computer management
2. right click site -> properties
3. Configuration
4. Options
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