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MS-Exchange 2010 OWA client session time-out

Posted on 2010-11-27
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Hi,
     I have a MS-Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise edition operates onto Windows 2008 R2 Enterprise edition.
OWA service is configured on my Exchange server through https connection and working properly. Only all of my users face the following problem through https connection to OWA:

The https session live time is not more than 10 minutes untill if user choose (this  is private computer) option --as attached image file--
Please i need help to increase the https session live time to be more that 8 hours.
Thanks. OWA login OWA login OWA login
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check this link it has all the required settings
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124787.aspx
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by:mtarabay
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Thanks busbar,
it is working good as i need.
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