Is it possible to override default inactive timeout setting enabled by the admin?

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Admin in our organization has made a directory-level timeout setting. Can I override this? How?
Dec 26, 2019 in Azure by Karan
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Yes, If an admin has made a directory-level timeout setting, you can still set your own inactive sign-out duration.

If your admin has enabled an inactivity timeout policy, select the Override the directory inactivity timeout policy checkbox. Set a time interval that is less than the policy setting.

This should do!

answered Dec 26, 2019 by Sirajul
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