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Maximum allowed users to share NT workstation directory

How I can change (increase) a "Maximum allowed users" to share directory (or drive) on my NT 4.0 Workstation ?
When I set "Alow 99 Users", system dropped a number 99 to 10...
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Algiukas
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tcalesaCommented:
You may only have 10 liscenses on the server. Use control panel - liscense manager to increase.
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AlgiukasAuthor Commented:
I have no License Manager on my Control panel - it's NT 4.0 workstation, not NT 4.0 Server
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tcalesaCommented:
OOps,
I missed that. NTWK only has a maximum of 10 inbound connections. This is not configurable. The only option is to set up a server.
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Tcalesa is correct - there is no legal way to increase the number above 10.
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