Question5Replies12734Views×Close popovercharishma kambhampati (charishmak) JPMC JPMC IN View Profile charishmak Member since 2016 4 posts JPMC Posted: December 7, 2016Last activity: December 14, 2016Posted: 7 Dec 2016 2:34 ESTLast activity: 14 Dec 2016 12:50 EST Closed How to set session timeout in Pega 7How to set session timeout in Pega 7 and how to test it?We changed in prconfig file where to get the timeout value from DSS but still not able to have., do we need to do anything more??***Updated by moderator: Lochan to add Categories*** Case Management Data Integration ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 7 Dec 2016 3:04 EST×Close popoverVeera Gangababu Gollapalli (Gangababu) PEGA Principal Technical Solutions Engineer PEG IN View ProfileGangababu PEGA replied to charishmakHi, You can set the timeout setting at Access Group. In advanced tab you can mention the value in seconds. Instead if you want to set the time out from prconfig.xml, you can use below setting. <env name="timeout/application" value="xxx in seconds" /> If you want to set browser level time out, use below one <env name="timeout/browser" value="xxx in seconds" /> Posted: 4 years agoUpdated: 4 years agoPosted: 7 Dec 2016 4:11 ESTUpdated: 7 Dec 2016 4:10 EST×Close popovercharishma kambhampati (charishmak) JPMC JPMC IN View Profilecharishmak JPMC replied to GangababuWe have tried the prconfig changes but it is not working. The secondoption where we have set in the access group worked but it is coming like a popup but we need to have a logine screen instead. And if we have the SSO authentication then should we follow the accesgroup settings or we have anything else?? Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 7 Dec 2016 4:55 EST×Close popoverGanesh Tarala (t_ganesh) PEGA Technical Lead PEGA IN View Profilet_ganesh PEGA replied to charishmakIf you implement authentication through an Authentication Service feature, you can replace the fixed authentication timeout interval with an algorithm of your choosing, defined through an activity Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 14 Dec 2016 12:50 EST×Close popoverJoel Wells (J Wells) Accenture Technology Business & Integration Architecture Manager Accenture Technology US View ProfileJ Wells Accenture Technology replied to GangababuJust for clarification: Isn't "timeout/browser" the setting that controls passivation? The expression "browser level time out" could be confused with some other timeout settings ... Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 7 Dec 2016 4:53 EST×Close popoverVeera Gangababu Gollapalli (Gangababu) PEGA Principal Technical Solutions Engineer PEG IN View ProfileGangababu PEGA replied to charishmakprconfig setting should work if we use basic authentication provided by Pega. If you use SSO authentication , you can verify the Authentication Service data instance for timeout setting.