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Win2k Pro as Print Server

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I've got a printer plugged into a Win2k Pro machine, and its shared with a network.

20 computers need to be able to print to this, however I just noticed that after connecting a few machines, I get errors about there being too many remote connections to the computer.

Is there anything I can do about this?

Thanks,

Paul.
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Note: the work around is not perfect, but should help

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I thought this was the case, I will use the workaround and see how that goes. I'll set the timeout to 1 minute and hopefully this is enough for a print job to print :)

Thanks!!

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It won't time out while the connection is active, but once it is idle (after the print job has been sent,) then it will time out and let another connection use it

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Perfect :) Thanks!!

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