Control of password/timeout behavior and better reference for variables or variable control interface

Q1 - Description
Sometimes with new versions of passbolt and/or browser plugin there is a new behavior against the time periods for reasking the personnel password. (At the moment passbolt asks very more often than in the past - it is absolutely annoying at this moment!)
Please provide the possibility to control that behavior from the server like the settings for email notifications.

While searching for a solution the reference for variables found here:

But there is no clarification where and how to set and how to ask the actual values. The “PASSBOLT_AUTH_TOKEN_EXPIRY” (3 days) does not work

Q2 - Who is impacted?

  • all Administrators
  • all Users

Q3 - Why is it important and/or urgent?
Password reasking:
Maybe Your opinion against this behavior changes from time to time - but Your customers have an own opinion and they would have the control about it

Documentation of variables:
A documentation against anything are only helpfull if it is useable in practice. Please let use not die unknowing how the provided bits to use without deeper study of github source code and so on (Here described that the variable are relavant for docker + + - but all of this is for development familiar people - not for customers of a (Your!) product.)

Q4 - What is your proposed solution? (optional)

A good solution from my point of view is to integrate the mentioned aspects as part of the http(s)://./app/administration site as one or two new subpages

If it is not possible for technical reasons for the general parameters provide a comprehensive and applicable documentation for administrators

Q5. Community support
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