The only exception is the dashboard viewing page. It sends a keep-alive request to the server every few minutes to keep the session active, precisely because we expect people to have these up on wallboards. There is also a special wallboard-optimized view, which you can get as a quick test by changing "Dashboard.aspx" in the address bar to "ViewDashboard.aspx", keeping everything else the same. The primary use of that is for publishing dashboards by creating a public link that doesn't require a login.
For directions on how to create a public link for your dashboard, please see our article on
Dashboards: Creation and Access Management of Published Links.
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