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in regards to the web service counter "maximum connections" explaination below, is this counter for the counter service ie. maximum connections since the counter started, or since the web service started ( historical system counter)

"Maximum Connections is the maximum number of concurrent connections established with the Web service (since service startup)."
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Maximum Connections is from when the service was last started - not since the counters were started.
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