[Updated 12th of Sept 2012]
Please note that the below method is now redundant as long as you have SP 2010 April 2011 Cumulative Update installed. For more details please read this excellant blog post by Shawn Cicoria.
You can get the same to work now by running the PowerShell script below:
This creates a sliding session effect whereby as soon as there is any activity before the expiry of the token it (the token) is renewed and it will usually only expire if there is 60 minutes of inactivity. If you do not have the SP 2010 April 2011 Cumulative Update installed then you can setup sliding session by following the original blog post below.
[Original Blog Post]
After struggling with this for a few days I finally figured out how to control this in SharePoint 2010.
In MOSS 2007 if you had a site that had windows…
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