[an error occurred while processing this directive] Trust Policy - Advanced

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Token lifetime (minutes)—Provides a space for you to type a new Security Assertions Markup Language (SAML) token lifetime setting. This is the lifetime for a Logon Accelerator Token (LAT), also known as a cookie. You can click the up or down arrows to select a new setting. The Federation Service builds SAML tokens that are valid only for a certain period. The SAML token lifetime defines how long a security token is valid after it is created. The minimum value for this field is one minute. The default value is 600 minutes.

Trust policy refresh period (minutes)—Provides a space for you to type a new setting for the trust policy refresh period. You can also click the up or down arrows to select a new setting. The trust policy refresh period specifies how often the Federation Service checks whether the trust policy has changed and loads the trust policy if it is new. The minimum value for this field is 5 minutes. The default value is 60 minutes.

Windows domain trust cache refresh period (minutes)—Provides a space for you to type a new setting for the Windows domain trust cache refresh period. You can also click the up or down arrows to select a new setting. The refresh period of the security identifier (SID) filtering cache specifies how often the Federation Service refreshes Windows trust information. The default value is 60 minutes.


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