Active Directory Disconnect Users each time, each day.

Discussion in 'Active Directory' started by Arturo Gueta, Jun 22, 2005.

  1. Arturo Gueta

    Arturo Gueta Guest

    Why Active Directory in Windows 2003, Disconnect users that don't have
    activity at each time.
    how can i prevent this?
    i'm using a screen saver with password, to prevent this, temporaly.
    Please Help/
     
    Arturo Gueta, Jun 22, 2005
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  2. Disconnect? Are we talking about Terminal Services here? If so, check the
    Terminal Services configuration settings.

    If not, can you please elaborate?
     
    Paul Williams [MVP], Jun 22, 2005
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  3. Arturo Gueta

    Arturo Gueta Guest

    No, No terminal Server users,
    Users are connected with Network Drives...
    and looged with auntenticathed DOMAIN users.
     
    Arturo Gueta, Jun 22, 2005
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  4. Arturo Gueta

    Arturo Gueta Guest

    ok, this is the the situation:
    Network Users are connected by a Network Drive, if users don't have activity
    for a large period of time, about 1 hour, the server disconnect the user, or
    sometimes at 7:00 PM o'clock, some users are disconnected from network
    drives, a red cross o a question mark appears on the network drives.

    and to prevent this, some machines i have installed a screen saver, with
    password protected, to log again.

    maybe, did you undertand my question.

    Arturo Gueta
     
    Arturo Gueta, Jun 23, 2005
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  5. Arturo Gueta

    Arturo Gueta Guest

    mm..... that's not enough information....
    i have to ask to another forum, or Google have microsoft forums????
     
    Arturo Gueta, Jun 23, 2005
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  6. Arturo Gueta

    Arturo Gueta Guest

    Ok, Sr. but i have searched many times in google, but i think that i can find
    some help in Microsoft Forums,
    Sorry About that
     
    Arturo Gueta, Jun 24, 2005
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  7. No problem. Are those links any good then? I guess searching is a lot
    easier when you know what you're searching for...
     
    Paul Williams [MVP], Jun 25, 2005
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