Note: This configuration parameter specifies the number of seconds before the Centrify DirectControl agent will drop a socket connection to an inactive client. In most cases, you set this configuration parameter using the Computer Configuration > Centrify Settings > DirectControl Settings > Network and Cache Settings >
Set idle client timeout group policy by selecting Enabled and specifying the maximum number of seconds to keep open a connection when a client is idle. You can, however, set it manually in the configuration file if you aren’t using group policy or want to temporarily override group policy. If you are manually setting this parameter, the parameter value must be an integer greater than zero. The following example sets the inactive client timeout to 5 seconds:
If you set this parameter to zero, the Centrify DirectControl agent will never drop the socket connection. Therefore, you should always specify a value greater than zero but in this case, this is highly recommended. If this parameter is not defined in the configuration file, its default value is 5 seconds.