Rob, not sure what you are asking. but yes..
although the timeout setting is global to all users, it is not a global timer...
so each user, as they authenticate with AD will start there own 24 hour timer for there own mapping.
i think existing mappings will only pick up the new timeout on next authentication.
24 hour is overkill, i only have it as we aslo use Network Access Control on our switches.
4 hours is good practice as usualyy stop for lunch, (lock laptop) 8 hours is a safer bet.
the other option is to use mapping against email server or similar. whatever has the most activity..
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