Matembissa
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vm session time-out period problem

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Hi there,

            First off all i would like to thank everyone who will contribute on this post, i have a vcenter 5.0 and running vmware view client 5 as well, the problem is that on my infrastructure the vm´s sessions of the users are going on time out mostly after 7 or 8 hours of active session, that is probaly for security reasons, i want to deactivate this option but don´t know where to find the settings for that on my vcenter, dus someone know how to deactivate this feature?

Best Regards!

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BilBens
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I'm a beginner on vmware view but I'm trying to help you.

The most common session disconnect is due to the VMware View Connection Server Session timeout.  This global setting will disconnect sessions after the timeout expires. The default setting is 600 minutes (10 hours).

To avoid these disconnects, educate users that an automatic session timeout exists and/or increase the timeout value in minutes via the View Connection Server>View Configuration> Global Settings and enter the time in the Session timeout dialog box.

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BilBens
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I'm a beginner on vmware view but I'm trying to help you.

The most common session disconnect is due to the VMware View Connection Server Session timeout.  This global setting will disconnect sessions after the timeout expires. The default setting is 600 minutes (10 hours).

To avoid these disconnects, educate users that an automatic session timeout exists and/or increase the timeout value in minutes via the View Connection Server>View Configuration> Global Settings and enter the time in the Session timeout dialog box.

Please do not forget the certification points for "helpful" and / or "correct" answers.

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Bil Bens

Please consider the use of the Helpful or correct buttons to award points to those Answers you found useful or correct.

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Matembissa
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Thanks a lot BilBens,

                               Found it,  was getting kind crasy on that Smiley Happy

Best regards.

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