Hello Fajar Kurnia
Some GPO settings may control how user sessions are handled, especially in remote desktop environments. For instance, there are policies that dictate session timeouts, disconnection behavior, or even the ability to log off users after a certain period of inactivity. If any such policies are in place, they could influence the behavior you're experiencing. Certain security measures might also be set to restrict background processes when the user logs out. This is commonly done for security reasons to ensure that no unauthorized processes continue running in the background after a user disconnects. To narrow down the issue:
- Review the specific GPOs you applied for hardening and look for any settings related to user sessions, session management, or restrictions on background processes.
- Ensure that the GPOs are applied correctly to the user or computer.
If you have any further questions or concerns about this case, please let me know.
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