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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by abirfan12, Oct 31, 2008.

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  1. abirfan12

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    error"No more connections can be made to this remote computer at this time because there are already as many connections as the computer can accept"

    i have 6 user working together in a project in one of the system the project data is stored and it is shared it is accessed by the rest of the user instally from last 2 weeks they are not able to access the user in which the data is stored he has to restart his system then only all other user's can again be able to access the data

    plz help me to find a solution for this the systems are on windows xp sp3 and windows vista sp1

    thank u
     
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    hi

    by befault 10 users can access remote desktop or file sharing at a time.
     
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    The number of simultaneous connections is limited to 5 by XP Home and Vista Basic and Vista Home Premium; to 10 by XP Pro and Vista Business, Enterprise and Ultimate. Exactly what constitutes a "connection" is difficult to pin down, but I think that there can be more than one connection from a single computer (e.g., maybe if it is mapping network drives to two folders).

    Having the clients remove connections they are not using may help the situation. Of course, you may also be encountering a bug, in which case those links parvez9988 gave should be very valuable.
     
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