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Posted on 2006-07-11
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How do I disable or significantly limit the timeout for RDP sessions to my Windows 2003 server?
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Admin tools --> Terminal Server Configuration

In TSCC --> highlifht connections in the left hand pane...  then right click RDP-TCP in the right hand pane and choose properties...

Click the SESSIONS tab to configure timeout.
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There are also individual settings in AD that over ride the global settings listed above.
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actually is works the other way around the user settings listed in AD will get over ridden if you set this on the TS server...

"override user settings"
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