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How to simulate active working in Terminal Server

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Hello,
Do you know how can I simulate active working in Terminal Server (Windows 2003), so I would not be disconected as an inactive user? Setting new times for inactive sessions and disconected users - not an option.
Thank you.
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You could probably build a htm file that you open when you log into the terminal server and code it with the code I have attached, then replace the 5 with the period of time you want. Not sure if this will keep it active, another thing you can try is a program called trembler.exe, however most antivirus softwares see it as a virus "joke program" however I have used it in the past to keep a screen saver from coming on.
<meta http-equiv=REFRESH
content="5; URL=put original file location and name in here">

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Thanks, worked great!
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