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2015-12-14
2015-03-23
This article describes how to configure disconnect and logoff timers for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2012 server Virtual Delivery Agents ...

Objective

This article describes how to configure disconnect and logoff timers for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2012 server Virtual Delivery Agents (VDAs).


Instructions

The idle disconnect and log off timer policies used for desktops do not apply to Windows Server VDAs. For Windows Server VDAs, there are two separate policies to put in place. You can apply either of the policy:

  • Server idle timer interval is a Citrix policy. This configures the time between when the user’s session goes idle (no keyboard or mouse input) and when it is disconnected.

    To display the policy, select Multiple Versions, clear the Desktop OS versions, and then select Server Limits, as displayed in the following screen shot.

    User-added image

    Note: If this policy is configured, the session?? remains active on the server in a Disconnected state, as displayed in the following screen shot.

    User-added image

  • Set time limit for disconnected sessions is a Microsoft policy. This policy is available under Group Policy Management Console under User Configuration > Policies > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Remote Desktop Services > Remote Desktop Session Host > Session Time Limits.
    For more information on this policy, see Microsoft KB - Session Time Limits.


Additional Resources

This article previously mentioned a known issue, bug ID LA5197, wherein the Citrix policy did not work with Windows Server 2012 VDAs. This issue is resolved in XenDesktop 7.6.


 

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