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remote web workspace but session times out after 15 minutes

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Users are able to connect to remote workspace with no problems but their session times out after 15 minutes even if they are working on something.
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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Does it actually time-out or do they get a VBScript error?

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Times out and the connection closes.
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While they are connected to their workstation in the office?  If this is the case then I'd suspect that perhaps someone has configured a session limit on their AD User Account Properties.
If its not while they are connected to their workstation's desktop then please provide details of exactly what they are "working on".
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NO.  While they are connected to their Remote Workplace session.  They could be connected to their workstation or to their email.
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If they uncheck the box on the logon screen which says they are connecting from a public computer, does the session last longer?
They may not be getting the pop-up warning about the session ending if their browser has a pop-up blocker that prevents the message from showing.  Details: http://blogs.technet.com/sbs/archive/2006/07/25/443383.aspx
 
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