I am having some problems with my sessions of my shared folders of my server.
I am running SBS 2003 and none of the sessions to my server terminate.
I have 0 open files, but still the sessions continues and when I login on my server I get the message that there are more sessions than CALs.
I can close the sessions, but this is manual and there has to be a reason why my server isn't closing them automaticaly.
Can a network share be the problem? I think that the client get their shares with an logon-script.
(I am just started with my internship so I don"t know much about the server, only that this is wrong..)
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