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[Today's post comes to us courtesy of Chris Puckett]
There are two places you can do this (copied below for your convenience).
If the client timeout value is GREATER THAN the server timeout value:
If the client timeout value is EQUAL TO or LESS THAN the server timeout value:
For more information on configuring the OWA idle timeout see the following links on TechNet:
For more information on configuring the CompanyWeb idle timeout see the following link: How to Change the CompanyWeb Timeout in SBS 2008 on The Official SBS Blog. The RWW timeout does not affect the CompanyWeb timeout that is defined in the default master page.
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