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I have a xp pro peer to peer with 7 cpus logging into the main cpu.  When I look under sessions it shows my users logged in 2ce.  One by the name and one by the ip of the cpu.  Because of this I am getting to many users logged into the network and can't login.  Could you let me know what I am doing wrong or what could be wrong.
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Dona
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you mean the server? is this just basic workgroup setup or domain? any terminal services installed
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our network is a basic peer to peer we don't have any server on the system.we seem to have a workaroud for
our problem we remapped the drive connections to the main xp machine using its name instead of its ip address
and we are not getting the too many connections errors.thanks for replying to my question and i would like to
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thanks mate, although i didnt exactly do much! cheers
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