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Inactivity Timeout

You can specify the maximum amount of time (in seconds) after that a user will be automatically logged out from the application if he/she does not perform any action during this period. The appropriate message will be displayed to the user and he/she will have to log in again to continue his/her work with the website.

 

Inactivity timeout is supported for all kinds of authorization. When the timeout is reached, the OnBeforeLogout event fires.



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