How to: Define a Session Idle Timeout in ZPE Cloud

How to: Define a Session Idle Timeout in ZPE Cloud

This document describes the process to define a session idle timeout in ZPE Cloud 

1. Login to ZPE Cloud as admin.
2. Go to Settings :: Account 
3. Define a session idle timeout in seconds.
4. Click Save

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