vSpace Console Feature: Logon Time out Session

vSpace Console Feature: Logon Time out Session

When a user session sits idle at a the Windows login screen waiting for the user enter his credentials, if the user is not authenticated, there is a “Logon Timeout” and the session will be disconnected.

the time allowance may need to be adjusted in environments with multiple clients and with server auto-connect feature.  If not, there is the possibility of frequent connects/disconnects, which in turn may cause unnecessary CPU load.

In vSpace console the setting the default Log on Time out session is set to 60 mins

In Windows Server the default timeout is just 30 seconds.

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