Active Directory Session

In Active Directory if a user forgets to shutdown their computer is there a time limit where the session will disconnect?
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Active directory doesn't have sessions.  It isn't like an old-school terminal that you are "logged in" with.  Not Alin the way you are thinking in regard to the question as asked.
DrDave242Senior Support EngineerCommented:
This doesn't really disconnect the session, but the Group Policy setting Interactive logon: Machine inactivity limit locks a user's machine after they've been inactive for the specified length of time.
kevinhsiehCommented:
By default they will stay logged into the workstation indefinitely, and Kerberos tickets will get renewed to maintain access to network resources. I have people who stay logged in for weeks at a time.

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Sekar ChinnakannuSr Infra Security AdministratorCommented:
If you want to shut down machine @ specific time then you have go for script and schedule the task.
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