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Target Application Timeout - Settings

anned22181987
Level 2
Level 2

Need to configure Application Timeout from 30 min. to less than 30 min.  Specifically requesting what steps do I take in Admin Console in order to

set application time out at the User Group level.

Thank you.

1 Accepted Solution
gaureshk3014423
Correct answer by
Level 8
Level 8

Hi Anned,

This was helpful to understand, I don't think Target has any mechanism like this, While searching on google I found, The ideal session time out is 2 hours, but I'm not assured about this let someone give reply who knows more in this.

Thanks,

Gauresh Kodag

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gaureshk3014423
Level 8
Level 8

hi Anned,

Can you clarify more about "Application timeout"? what is your objective?

Thanks,

Gauresh Kodag

anned22181987
Level 2
Level 2

Hello Gauresh: thank you for your swift reply.  Use case is: I am an authorized administrator, editor or approver in Target.  I am signed into the Target application and have let us say >15 min. of inactivity using Adobe Target.  I wish to be logged out of Adobe Target after x minutes of inactivity. 

Does this help?

gaureshk3014423
Correct answer by
Level 8
Level 8

Hi Anned,

This was helpful to understand, I don't think Target has any mechanism like this, While searching on google I found, The ideal session time out is 2 hours, but I'm not assured about this let someone give reply who knows more in this.

Thanks,

Gauresh Kodag

View solution in original post

anned22181987
Level 2
Level 2

Hello Gauresk: thank you in advance for checking.

gaureshk3014423
Level 8
Level 8

Nothing yet, sorry I did not search further. I'll let you know if I get anything for sure  

Sandro
Employee
Employee

Where did you get the information about the 30 mins - is that somewhere documented or just an assumption? In fact I'd like to know what the default session timeout for Target is...