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Remote Desktop logging me out

I am able to connect to my remote desktop to get to my work terminal; however, after a few minutes it logs me off/closes all applications completely and I have to type my password and open all my applications again. I am also using a D-Link wireless router. Why is this happening?

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Try disconnecting your firewall. It sounds like your firewall is kicking you off. common problem

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