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How can I change Terminal Server settings on Windows 2003 server

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I cannot override the terminal ssion idle limit, it is greyed out, even when the box is checked. How can I change this? I cannot find the settimng in Local Policies or the registry.
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If it's greyed out, it's coming from a policy. If it's not in the local gpedit.msc, it's from a domain policy.
You can use a GPMC report, "gpresult.exe /v", or rsop.msc to find out where the policy is coming from. That's the place to change it.
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Check your Group Policies.
If the settings is configured in a GPO, it is greyed out in TSC.
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check the group policy below
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