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set connection limits on Citrix Presentation Server 4.0

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I am looking for a way to reduce the number of concurrent connections to a specific citrix server.  Is there a way to do that?  if so, can you provide direction?  I am kindo of new to the Citrix world.
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Open Citrix Connection Configuration (start > all programs > Citrix > administrative tools). Double click ICA-TCP and set "Maximum Connections Count".

or you could do it on the Published Application (if uses) you wishes.

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You can also configure uneven load balancing with "load evaluators" (at least I think you can)
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