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Terminal Services Manager program issues

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I have recently been getting "The server has reached it's maximum number of allowed connections"....I went into Terminal Services Manager to set the time limits and the program does not open, it just stays minimized.  Is it suppose to open?  I reboot the server and still the same thing.  I can get into Terminal Services Configuration and changed the settings there, but can't get into Terminal Services Manager it seems.  Any suggestions?
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That was quick.  Thanks...Excellent links
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At you service

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