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Terminal Services Idle Session Time-Out

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I have a remote user logging into a server via terminal services and each time she is idle for 5 minutes it kicks her off. I've changed the idle session time out in terminal services configuration and in the local policy on our machine as well as on her machine and it still kicks her off after 5 minutes of inactivity. Help?
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Check with rsop.msc if there's any domain-based GPO applying the policy setting and overrides the local policy/configuration.
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