In this video, a Salesforce account is configured to maintain the company's individual login session standards.
- [Instructor] Let's talk about Sessions.…The connection a computer has with a remote computer…such as the Salesforce Server, is considered a Session.…A Session is a computer networking term…for a semi-permanent interactive information exchange…between two computers,…your computer and Salesforce's computer server.…A Session is set up for a period of time…and then it goes away.…When someone logs into Salesforce…and then steps away from the computer…and if that computer is stilled logged in,…someone else could come along and access the data.…
You must always remember to log out of public computers…when you're done using them or risk unauthorized access…to the data.…Now let's look at Session history…and how to adjust the Session time out values.…First we'll need to be signed in…and then we'll be starting from the home tab.…Then we'll go ahead and click on the gear cog icon…on the top right.…We'll click set up and we'll type the word Session…into the quick find, right over here…and then we'll click on Session management.…
AuthorChristopher Matthew Spencer
- Planning a transition to Salesforce
- Administering user accounts
- Managing permissions
- Capturing and converting leads
- Customizing views
- Setting up opportunities
- Creating campaigns
- Customizing fields and pages
- Customizing apps
- Building and sharing reports
- Importing data
- Batch processing data
- Enforcing data security with auditing and policies
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Prepared
2. Users and Data Visibility
3. Working with Salesforce
4. Customizing, Branding, and Social
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6. Data Management
7. Data Security
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