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Remaining time before the session timeout expires IIS

Remaining time before the session timeout expires IIS

Remaining time before the session timeout expires IIS

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I was looking for something like this and found a prior thread but was closed:

http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=542402#...

The problem with what was posted there as a solution is that it works off what the web page session.timeout is set for and starts the countdown on the timer.

Unless you have access to IIS on the server and actually know what it's set for they are 2 different things.

If the IIS server is set to 10 minutes and you have 20 minutes set in your page, the server overrides your setting. You can only set it smaller, not greater.

Does anyone have a way to determine what the actual server setting is set for on an IIS server without having direct access to IIS?

Thanks!

RE: Remaining time before the session timeout expires IIS

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Does anyone have a way to determine what the actual server setting is set for on an IIS server without having direct access to IIS

You can't.

Chris.

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