Advanced Connection Settings - Cannot change Timeout settings

This is only occurring on my Server 2003 Citrix servers. Under the "Advanced Connection Settings" for both the ica-tcp and rdp-tcp connections (under "Citrix Connection Configuration"  or under "Terminal Services Configuration"  I cannot change any of the Timeout settings (in minutes) - i.e. all the options are grayed out.

This is not occurring on any of my Windows 2000 Citrix servers.

Some policy is applying from somewhere and I cannot find it.

The 2003 servers are all running MF XP SP3 and the hotfix XE103W2K3022

Anyone know what is graying out these settings?

Thank you

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gpresult to see, which policy is applied.
if you are domain admin, use the GPMC to locate the policy.

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darrenburkeAuthor Commented:
It was a GPO - I found the entry!

Thank you
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