Davesmithers Wrote:I am using v1.32 on IE7, under Win XP.
I have not been able to figure out how to get auto-logoff timeout to work.
My most recent test was: I set the timeout in the control panel to 30 min, and the web timeout to 30min just to be sure. Then I shut down my PC, and went away for the whole day. And this was a power down, not a standby or hibernate.
When I came back that evening, powered on and opened up the browswer again, lastpass was logged in!
Something didn't stick. Is there a save settings or something?
Davesmithers Wrote:Thanks, I understand now. I guess my expectation was set by Roboform. Autologout occurs whether the browser is open or closed, or the PC is on or off. But it appears they have a separate little toolbar application which helps keep time.
The concern about Lastpass autologout, of course, is that a user might think he's logged off because the PC is shut down, but if the PC is stolen, the thief could just power up, start the browser, and have access to everything.
I hope you can come up with an elegant way to resolve this.
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