Infrastructure provides two settings that control when and how idle users are
automatically logged out:
User Idle Timeout—You can disable or configure this setting, which ends your user session automatically when you exceed the timeout. It is enabled by default and is set to 10 minutes. The User Idle Timeout value must be lesser or equal to the Global Idle Timeout vlaue.
Global Idle Timeout—The Global Idle Timeout is enabled by default and is set to 10 minutes. Only users with administrative privileges can disable the Global Idle Timeout setting or change its time limit.
Prime Infrastructure will log out the idle user based on the lesser Timeout value.
You may find it
useful to disable the user idle timeout feature if, for example, you are an
Operations Center user experiencing sudden log-offs, due to idle sessions, with
one or more Prime Infrastructure instances managed by Operations Center. For
details, see the section
Disable Idle User Timeouts for Operations Center in the chapter
Set Up the Prime Infrastructure Server in the
Cisco Prime Infrastructure Administrator Guide.
To change the
timeout settings, follow these steps:
Settings icon and choose
Under User Idle
check status of the check box next to Logout idle user
to enable or disable your idle timeout.
Logout idle user after drop-down list, choose one of
the idle timeout limits.
Save. You will need to log out and log back in for
this change to take effect.