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    Access or OS Networking Problem? (a2002(10.4302.4219) SP-2)

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    The following was reported to me by IT person at one of my sites

    I get the following message after the following number of users log into an Access App

    Right now the threshold seems to be 9 or 10 users concurrently. On Friday we had 11 users for a short time. The most I've seen so far is 11.

    The message says "Microsoft Networking - No more connections can be made to this computer at this time because there are as many connections as this computer can accept. This connection has not been restored" When we try to manually map the drive to the PC the message is the same except it also indicates the drive is unavailable -please see your system administrator"

    The message started to happen with the last few weeks. Possibly be three weeks ago.

    There is an dedicated Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 ServerPC that acts as the server for the users

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks, John

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    Re: Access or OS Networking Problem? (a2002(10.4302.4219) SP-2)

    As the error message indicates, it is a network problem, not an Access problem. According to MSKB article Inbound connections limit in Windows XP, the maximum number of simultaneous connections to a PC with Windows XP Pro is 10. If they need more, they should use Windows 2000 Server or Windows 2003 Server.

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    Re: Access or OS Networking Problem? (a2002(10.4302.4219) SP-2)

    Hi Hans

    Perfect!

    Did a MSKB search on message in red and did not get close to your response.

    Thanks, John

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