troubleshooting Question

Users going idle longer than timeout set

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Windows Server 2003Microsoft Server OS
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I have a Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Cluster of Terminal Servers. I have four servers. I have two group policies set that regulate how long a person can stay idle. While these policies seem to work most of the time, FROM TIME TO TIME, a user stays idle for much longer than they should. When I run a gpresults on that user for the server they are on, the results wizard shows that the correct policies are implemented and are being applied. This usually does not happen to the same users and it happens to users that fall under either policy.
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