After you install ActiveExit on a computer, you can use its configuration utility to manage the settings that apply to that computer.
If you install ActiveExit on a domain controller, you can also use the configuration utility to save the settings to a Group Policy Object (GPO), and control the domain computers using the Group Policy.
If you do set up a GPO to manage ActiveExit on the network, you can still run the configuration utility of ActiveExit on each client computer, to check the effective settings and the status of ActiveExit (but not to make changes to the settings).
While setting up ActiveExit, it's important to keep in mind that its settings apply to the whole computer, not to the individual user accounts. It means, for example, that you cannot set up different timeout values for different users: all user sessions processed by ActiveExit would get the same timeout. You can, however, specify which users or user groups should or should not be processed by ActiveExit. For example, you can exclude the administrators from being affected by ActiveExit, and only log off the inactive standard users.