In Dynamics 365, we can now define Session timeout and Inactivity timeout.
We need to go Settings à Administration à System Settings à General Tab
By default, the session timeout is set to 24 hours along with 20 minutes for warning the user.
We can set our custom values there.
|Enter maximum session length||60 – 1440 minutes. ( 1 to 24 hour)|
|How long before the session expires do you want to show a timeout warning?||20 – 1440 minutes. Must be less than maximum session length.|
We can also set the timeout based on inactivity. By default, this setting is not enabled. Below are the values that we can set for inactivity timeout.
|Enable session timeout due to inactivity||5 – 1440 minutes. (5 minutes to 24 hours) – Must be less than the maximum session length.|
|How long before the session expires do you want to show an inactivity warning?||Less than Session timeout due to inactivity|
Session Timeout warning à
Session expired à
Inactivity warning à
Inactivity Session expiration à
Hope it helps..