The Client Policy window enables you to configure the client policy options. The following sections are included:
Enables you to define whether a network connection is attempted before or after the user logs on.
Default Connection Timeout—The number of seconds to use as the connection timeout for user-created networks. The default value is 40 seconds.
Before User Logon—Connect to the network before the user logs on. The user-logon types that are supported include user account (Kerberos) authentication, loading of user GPOs, and GPO-based logon script execution. If you choose Before User Logon, you can also set Time to Wait Before Allowing a User to Logon.
Time to wait before allowing user to Logon—Specifies the maximum (worst-case) number of seconds to wait for the Network Access Manager to make a complete network connection. If a network connection cannot be established within this time, the Windows logon process continues with user logon. The default is five seconds.