We have a client using Goldmine, which needs a constant & uninterupted connction to the SQL server.
They're having a systemic problem w/ the Goldmine client loosing connection w/ the server (along w/ the client PC itself)
It's occurs at random & has no rhyme or reason to it. We've replaced cables, switches, moved the DB to another server, had Goldmine certified technicains working w/ us the whole time. Nothing.
It's driving our relationship w/ our client into a ditch, so this is getting serious
I have observed eventID 4226:
"TCP/IP has reached the security limit imposed on the number of concurrent TCP connect attempts."
Multiple times on the client PC. I'm suspecting this is our problem, but I can't understand why so many connections are running on a client PC. It serves NOTHING to ANYONE on this small 3 person network.
I have heard that an infected system (worm) may cause these errors, but the client PCs have always had AV protection & scan daily w/o a single trace of infection, so I doubt this is the issue.
How can I find out what is making all these connections on a client PC?