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creator8341
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Message # 1 | 8:24 AM
Plz tell me! I can not find it. Where I can set after how much time of inactivity the user will be logged out automatically?
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Message # 2 | 10:05 AM
creator8341, this is not possible with the actual system tools, but it might be possible with some custom scripting.
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Message # 3 | 7:43 AM
bigblog, but how?
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Message # 4 | 5:13 PM
creator8341, Using PHP it is possible as well. But assuming you don't have PHP enabled. It can be done using jQuery. Please search on Google for "jQuery idle logout" scripts.

You will have to modify the code a bit but shouldn't be too difficult to implement.

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