You can configure the AutoDisconnect time by running the following command from a command prompt:
Note The Windows NT Server service is self-tuning, normally the server configuration parameters are auto-configured (calculated and set) each time you boot Windows NT. If you run NET CONFIG SERVER in conjunction with the /AUTODISCONNECT, /SERVCOMMENT or /HIDDEN switches, the current values for the automatically tuned parameters are displayed and written to the registry. Once these parameters are written to the registry, you cannot tune the Server service using Control Panel Networks. If you changed any of the Server service settings, Windows NT is no longer able to automatically tune the Server service for your new configuration. To avoid losing the Server service's auto self-tuning capability, make the change through registry editor instead from a command line or Control Panel Network.
For more information, see the following articles in the Microsoft Knowledge base:
The only way system A will have multiple sessions to another system, system Z, is if system A is running services that create logical connections to system Z. For example, if a user is logged on to system A as guest and a service is running on system A under the user1 account, and both the user and the service (as user1) establish connections to system Z, two sessions will be established. Each logon session that uses the Server service counts against the connection limit.
Article ID: 122920 - Last Review: Dec 16, 2009 - Revision: 1