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Help! - 17302 The maximum limit for connections has been reached.

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Under advisement we had change the maximum connections to 1 in the SQL server enterprise number.

Now we cannot connect to the server even using that, so its impossible to change it back :|

Does anyone have any idea how it is possible to change the maximum connections back???

any help is deeply appreciated, I am pulling my hair out right now.

/Steven
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We have managed to find an answer to the problem now. If anyone sees this problem the following page is very useful :

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;320728

It solved the problem right away.

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