Set a Time-out for Saved Credentials

When a user chooses to have credentials saved, the Policy Server instructs the Web Agent to create a persistent cookie containing the user’s credentials. The cookie allows Web Agents to authenticate a user based on the credentials saved in the cookie, instead of challenging the user to authenticate. You can control how long the persistent cookie remains with the following parameter:
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When a user chooses to have credentials saved, the Policy Server instructs the Web Agent to create a persistent cookie containing the user’s credentials. The cookie allows Web Agents to authenticate a user based on the credentials saved in the cookie, instead of challenging the user to authenticate. You can control how long the persistent cookie remains with the following parameter:
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SaveCredsTimeout
Specifies the number of hours that a persistent cookie containing the user credentials will be saved. During this time interval, the Web Agent authenticates the user with the data stored in the cookie. After this time interval expires, the cookie is removed and the Web Agent challenges the user again.
Default:
720 (30 days)
To set a timeout for saved credentials, enter the number of hours you want in the SaveCredsTimeout parameter.
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For more information, see the Policy Server documentation.