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Remote Desktop Gateway Server 2012 disconnects user session after 2 hours

Posted on 2014-03-07
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I have configured Session settings on RD Gateway 2012 as follows:
End a disconnected session : 6 hours
Active session  limit: Never
Idle Session limit: 6 hours

However all sessions active or otherwise are ended exactly after 2 hours. After 2 hours the session ends and the user gets a message saying:

The connection has been disconnected because the session timeout limit was reached.

This does not happen to an RD Gateway 2008 server only my 2012 server. I thought it may be the firewall - Cisco ASA 5520 - but if it was the firewall causing the issue surely the 2008 server would have same issue?

Any ideas?

Thanks!!
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Have you checked the properties of the user(s) in active directory?  If you right click on one of the users and hit properties, go to the sessions tab and check to see what the limits are set to there.
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