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My dashboard of Vcops 5.8is showing the values of Health Risk Effiency.But after some time if the system remain idle the vcops become log out and i have to log in again.
From where can i change the log in time or not to log out ever so that i could always be able to view the stats of my infrstructure all the time on my Big LCD on the Wall.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE) earned 500 total points
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Yes, this is a little painfail, if you have setup a large LCD for monitoring (we have also in our Ops Centre!).

VMware have now fixed this in later versions, you will be glad to know, and the default timeout of 30 minutes, can be changed or logout value disabled.

see the VMware Knowledgebase here

Changing or disabling the UI session timeout for vCenter Operations Manager vApp (2015135)
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I realy appreciate you guys are excellent...thanks to hancock
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