The Keep Alive
section contains policy settings for managing ICA keep-alive messages.
ICA keep alive
specifies the number of seconds between successive ICA keep-alive messages.
By default, the
interval between keep-alive messages is 60 seconds.
interval between 1-3600 seconds in which to send ICA keep-alive messages. Do
not configure this setting if your network monitoring software is responsible
for closing inactive connections.
enables or disables sending ICA keep-alive messages periodically.
keep-alive messages are not sent.
setting prevents broken connections from being disconnected. If the server
detects no activity, this setting prevents Remote Desktop Services (RDS) from
disconnecting the session. The server sends keep-alive messages every few
seconds to detect if the session is active. If the session is no longer active,
the server marks the session as disconnected.
does not work if you are using session reliability. Configure ICA keep-alive
only for connections that are not using Session Reliability.
Related policy settings:
Session reliability connections.