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Jim_Fessler
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WEBUI session timeout

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WEBUI user section no longer has an option to change the session timeout. Will this be added?

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Timothy_Hall
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It is still there in the R80 Gaia web interface under System Management...Session, and also available through the clish command "set web session-timeout".   I don't recall ever seeing the ability to set a per-user timeout for WebUI access.

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Timothy_Hall
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It is still there in the R80 Gaia web interface under System Management...Session, and also available through the clish command "set web session-timeout".   I don't recall ever seeing the ability to set a per-user timeout for WebUI access.

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now available via http://maxpowerfirewalls.com.

"Max Capture: Know Your Packets" Video Series
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Ilmo_Anttonen
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For SMB appliances running Gaia embedded the CLI command is: set administrator session-settings inactivity-timeout 'minutes'

At least for R77.20.x