Although there is no option to log out on timeout, there's another similar option. You can lock remote workstation upon terminating a remote session.
Hmmmm...thanks, but the problem is if user one disconnects and does not terminate his windows session before doing so, user 2 when logging in via remote utilities will be logged in the system as user one.
It's not a remote utilities issue, I was hoping someone had faced and solved as similar problem.
Can I add my voice to wanting to have users automatically disconnect after 30 minutes of inactivity.
I run several remote sites with cellular internet access which is more expensive than wired broadband so rather than have someone logged onto a remote all night because they have forgotten to log out I would like to see their session disconnected after a certain period of inactivity.
Thank you for the input. We will review all current suggestions related to idle/lock/logoff mentioned in different topics here on the forum and in support tickets. Instead of implementing them gradually one by one we'll most likely implement them all in one of the future releases, since they are closely related.