How do I set up the time out options for remote desktop connections?

This article applies to 123-reg Windows servers

This article explains how to change the timeout settings for Windows remote desktop connection on your 123-reg Windows server.

1

Use remote desktop connection when you connect to your Windows server.

2

Now login to your Windows server.

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3

Click on the Start button to begin.

4

Now click on the All Programs button located in the lower side of the menu.

5

Click on the Administrative Tools from the menu that appears on the screen.

6

Now click on the Remote Desktop Services menu.

7

Choose Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration from the menu and click on it.

8

Open the connection properties by double clicking on the RDP-Tcp Connection. 

9

Now click on the Sessions tab.

10

Click the two Tick boxes next to Override user settings.

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Now just select the session limits and click on the OK button to save the settings.


You’re done! Now you can close the Terminal Services Configuration window.

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