Time out feature on CCM 6.1?

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Feb 13th, 2009
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Is there a way to change the time out feature in Communication Manager so that I don't get kicked out after 5 minuates? Is this setting on the server (Tomcat service?) and how can I change it?


Regards, Chet

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Jaime Valencia Fri, 02/13/2009 - 14:08
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i assume we're talking about the session timeout in CCMAdmin, if that's the case it's not configurable.


there's an enhancement request for this


HTH


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red73mustang Tue, 02/17/2009 - 13:15
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This answeres my question, but it does not really "help"(not your fault). How do I rate your answer?

Jaime Valencia Tue, 02/17/2009 - 14:13
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that's one of the times when all you can say is: Don't shoot the messenger =)


There have been several times when i have provided the answer and it was not something the one asking wanted to hear but i mean, i work with what i got, i don't create the systems i simply provide info on how they work. those times they rated me 1!!


i appreciate you understanding that i only provide the info and not giving me a bad rating, simply leave it like that. no rating.


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steakandeggs Tue, 04/21/2009 - 11:48
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As always with Cisco and GUIs, yer on your own.


I use Firefox with the Reloadevery add-on. In combination with AutoHotKey all you have to do when you load the callmanager page is press ctrl-r (or whatever you set up) and the CUCM pbage will refresh every X minutes. This will keep it from autologging out. I know, it's a disgusting workaround but hey there you go.


I bet you could script the bookmark so that is loads with Reloadevery already activated... Or Cisco could just fix their problem.



red73mustang Tue, 04/21/2009 - 14:33
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Thanks steakandeggs, I normally use I.E., but I will give Firefox with the add in a try. Kind of reminds me of the old "Dial up" ISP days that would kick you off if it sensed you were inactive. They had apps for that too!!!!

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