Or possibly notifications are not making it across the wire. I would not be
surprised if the UDP notifications were getting dropped. If you click on
"Send/Receive" while the connection is "dropped" does the session

If so, one thing you could try is setting the clients to work offline but to
connect every few minutes, using the existing connection.

be - MOS

I have two very rare photographs. One is a picture of Houdini locking his
in his car. The other is a rare photograph of Norman Rockwell beating up a 
child. -- Steven Wright 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ed Crowley [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2002 1:35 AM
> To: Exchange Discussions
> Subject: RE: Registry key to avoid disconnection
> Outlook doesn't disconnect them due to time.  I suspect that 
> there's some
> glitch in the network connection during the four-plus-hour 
> marathon session.
> Ed Crowley MCSE+I MVP
> Tech Consultant
> Compaq Computer
> "There are seldom good technological solutions to behavioral 
> problems."
> -----Original Message-----
> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Bravo, Liliana
> Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 10:50 AM
> To: Exchange Discussions
> Cc: Romero, Eric (CGNET)
> Subject: Registry key to avoid disconnection
> Importance: High
> Some of ours users dial-outs and stay connected several hours (4+) to
> Internet they can browse all the Internet sites all that 
> time, but their
> Outlook loose connection to the Office Exchange (they use 
> Exchange server
> profile), so they need to close outlook and log again..
> Is there anyway to ensure that during several hours the clients remain
> connected to the exchange server, any registry hack?
> tia
> -er

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