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Exchange 2k3 OWA using ISA2k4.  How do you set the session timeout for OWA?

Posted on 2006-06-13
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I think I know but double checking.  There is no setting in Exchange for this right?  This is a setting on the ISA server I think.  Anyone?  Thx.
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it's a setting on iis.
right click my computer>manage
go to services and applications,
there you'll find your default web site where OWA is configured.
Right click the Default web site and choose properties.
go to Home directory tab, click Configuration Button and under the session tab you can set the session timeout property.

(it has nothing to do with isa server)
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