Can't find anything about this in the Cisco guides (Administration, Feature nor System guides) nor on Google, so I'm afraid it's just not possible. But...
Does anyone know if it's possible to change the timeout on the CCMadmin page that causes automatic logout on inactivity?
We have a habit of login on in the morning and off when we leave work (locking the PC when we leave the room). Sometimes we leave in the middle of configuration activities, coming back to find us kicked out of the admin webpages... :-%.
I found somehitng may be helpful in hp servers in some hp forums:
wish this be helpful
HP Systems Insight Manager (HP SIM) enables you to configure the browser timeout settings to one of the following. These settings affect the browser session while signed in to the HP SIM GUI.
Monitor When the timeout option is configured to monitor, the HP SIM session remains alive and is continually refreshed, unless you close the browser or navigate to another site. If you close the browser, the
session is closed immediately. If you navigate to another site, HP SIM logs you out after 20 minutes. This option is the default and appears in the globalsettings.props file as EnableSessionKeepAlive=true.
Active When the timeout option is configured to remain active, the HP SIM session remains alive as long as you are actively working in HP SIM. However, HP SIM ends your session and logs you out after 20 minutes of inactivity.
You can change the timeout settings to monitor or active by editing the Globalsettings.props file.
To configure the timeout setting to active:
1. Open the globalsettings.props file.
* On a Windows operating system, the globalsettings.props file is located in the install
* On an HP-UX/Linux operating system, the globalsettings.props file is located in the
2. Change EnableSessionKeepAlive=true to EnableSessionKeepAlive=false.
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