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Increase Session Inactive Timeout For Admin Users

Increase Session Inactive Timeout For Admin Users from 20 minutes to 120 minutes.

  • Guest
  • May 20 2021
  • Not under consideration
What is your industry? Financial Markets
How will this idea be used?

When sponsor is developing the workflow and writing the custom code in other window simultaneously this will be useful by not kicking out the PEM screen.

  • Admin
    Greg Russell commented
    1 Jul 02:15pm

    Steven,

    We need to keep the inactivity timeout limit at 20 minutes. While I understand that it requires a login from inactivity, introducing an extended timeframe opens up more security risks.

  • Admin
    Greg Russell commented
    3 Jun 05:02pm

    Steven,

    I will be looking into whether the 20 minute timeout limit is an IBM security requirement or not. After a review, I will determine if this can be accomplished.

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