You use the
remote query timeout option to specify how long (in seconds) a remote operation can take before Microsoft SQL Server times out. The default is
600, which allows a 10-minute wait. This value applies to an outgoing connection initiated by the Database Engine as a remote query. This value has no effect on queries received by the Database Engine.
For heterogeneous queries,
remote query timeout specifies the number of seconds (initialized in the command object using the
DBPROP_COMMANDTIMEOUT rowset property) that a remote provider should wait for result sets before it times out. This value is also used to set
DBPROP_GENERALTIMEOUT, if supported by the remote provider. This setting causes ...