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Maximum connections to a Windows 7 machine

Postby blin » Thu May 05, 2011 3:34 pm

Is it correct that Windows 7 Pro or Windows 7 Ultimate will allow up to 20 connections when used as a network file server?

I have a user who would like to get Aurora server when it becomes available but needs something to use in the meantime.
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Re: Maximum connections to a Windows 7 machine

Postby blin » Thu May 05, 2011 3:34 pm

By design, Windows professional only allows 10 concurrent inbound connections. You may want to re-configure autodisconnection so that the system can disconnect idle connection temporarily. This post may help too.

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Once the session is disconnected, one of the 10 connections will be available so that another user can connect to the Windows NT Workstation ...
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