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Win2k Pro RPC connection limits

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Does anyone know if there are any RPC connection limits within Win2k Pro
(ie: max 10 RPC connection limitations)
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10 concurrent connections - regardless of the type of connection - when you are connecting to a Windows 2000/XP professional machine.
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Thanks for the quick responce
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