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Is there a way in group policy or something of windows server 2008 to automatically log off a user when they click disconnect (cross) on a remote desktop session.
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Yes in the Terminal services Configuration.
In the Configurations Server page, Underneath Connections, righ click on RDP-Tcp, click properties, click on Sessions tab, enable Override user settings and then select a time in End a disconnected Session.
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