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modify OWA timeout period

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Is it possible to modify the length of time before a clients OWA session is logged out due to inactivity? I know with exchange 2003 users could modify a setting in their registry to keep the OWA from logging them out. Is there anything that I can change on the server or the users can change on their end to modify this?
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Thanks Exchange Geek. Would it be the same for Exchange 2007 OWA?
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very useful information. I was looking for info pertaining to exchange 2007 OWA but it appears the answer works for both 2003 and 2007. Thanks again.
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