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Is there a way to set the maximum number of threads that you want to make available at any time in the threadpool.

Am using VS2003 and .Net 1.1

Also how many threads are in fact available to a process?

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I have got the answer to this now.

25 is the default maximum

and the the max can be set using CorSetMaxThreads in the mscoree.h file.

Thanks all

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