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What is the time unit for ForegroundLockTimeout registry value in Windows 7? Is this milliseconds, hours, seconds, nanoseconds or what? I can't figure out in the documentations.

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It is in milliseconds, according to the documentation.

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didn't notice that field, thanks – kcm1700 Dec 3 '12 at 4:44

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