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Could someone tell me how to log off users in my server 2008 server domain network after x-mins of inactivity? I DO NOT want to use log on hours because my users log onto the network around the clock. Any ideas? I did search the knowledge database but did not find any acceptable solution. I will accept a third party application solution provided it works with GP.
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A/D Users and Computers > Right click a User and select Properties > Sessions Tab > "Idle Session Limit" - Set however you want. You may also want to set the "End a disconnected session" limits.
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