Re: Integrated Authentication Timeout

From: Tom Kaminski [MVP] ((A_at_T))
Date: 02/20/04


Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 08:43:37 -0500


<mark.miller@gmx.org> wrote in message
news:dd87a512.0402191436.18138e19@posting.google.com...
> I can't find a decent White Paper on Integrated Authentication.
>
> So I can't figure out the following questions:
>
> If use an IIS site after login in with Integrated Authentication
> (let's say Kerberos flavor), how long can I be inactive before I have
> to re-authenticate?
>
> Where can I set this parameter?
>
> There must be some kind of Integrated Authentication State on the IIS,
> so is there a limit on how many sessions it can simulatiously handle?
>
> What about memory requirements per session?
>
> Can anyone help me here? What I would most like would be a White Paper
> with this stuff in it.

I think because credentials are managed/cached by the client, it's really
not an IIS issue and there for you cannot set a timeout on the server ...

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