Let's say the OS is Windows or Linux
As a System Admin, I think the answer to this question is : NO
I always configure end users machine for auto lockout for a given idle session time. Because I'm think, if the user leaves the machine without locking it, I should try something to at least protect my network
What if I did not do that ? Do you think there could be reasonable risk not related to a malicious person taking advantage of an idle session ?
As the command asked for clarification below
I'm talking about login session (ex : SSH, Windows OS, Linux OS)