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Terminal Services Time Out after 1 minute

Posted on 2006-06-14
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I have a server that when the Terminal Services user leaves the connection idle for 1 minute the RDP session goes back to the login screen.   It does not close the session it just goes back to the login screen and you have to login again.   Can you please tell me where time setting for this limit is set??
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check under the desktop properties - screensaver TAB - untick the on resume prompt for password, or change the value
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