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How can I logout users after a certain period of inactivity (say 20 minutes)?

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You are looking for Automated Logout module.

This module provides a site administrator the ability to log users out after a specified time of inactivity. It is highly customizable and includes "site policies" by role to enforce logout.

Features

  • Different timeouts based on role
  • Disabling of timeouts based on role
  • Permission for users to set their own timeout
  • Includes some JS mechanisms to keep uses logged in even if multiple tabs are open or if the user is working on a form for a long period of time.
  • Includes developer hooks to allow users to remain logged in depending on your own project specific requirements
  • Optional integration with Javascript Timer

(or) take a look at Session Limit

(or)

Ejector Seat

A Drupal module to immediately log out (eject) a user whose session has ended

  • Thanks for your quick response, i specified timeout value in seconds as 2 min (120seconds). The session is not getting expired after the specified time.how do i proceed – user24393 Dec 12 '13 at 10:19
  • Which module your talking about among the 3 I specified, If it not working then it is probably a bug, better you submit to the module issue queue. – Bala Dec 12 '13 at 10:21
  • i have used Automated Logout module. but it the session not getting expired after the specified time. – user24393 Dec 12 '13 at 11:17
  • can't we use any custom code to do the session logout after some period of inactivity? – user24393 Dec 12 '13 at 11:18
  • @user24393 check this stackoverflow.com/questions/2186115/… – Bala Dec 12 '13 at 11:23
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You can change the session.cookie_lifetime time (in seconds) from the session is created to the cookie expires (when the browser is expected to discard the cookie).

There is a module Session expire which enhances that functionality.

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