The ability to control the SSO Auth expiry time

I have implemented SSO auth with Azure AD in our lab environment and it works well, however, having to reauthenticate every hour to access the network may become frustrating for users in some cases. It would be great if we had the ability to adjust the auth expiry time ourselves please.

All OIDC/SSO timeouts are controlled by the SSO server. In your case, that means they’re controlled by Azure AD. The timeouts provided by the SSO server are followed and enforced by ZeroTier. You’ll want to, at the very least, ensure Refresh Tokens are enabled as well. ZeroTier will automatically refresh the rotating tokens in the background.

Refresh & authorization tokens are only stored in RAM, so shutting down the computer, or sometimes sleeping too long will require a reauth to the OIDC server.