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Issues with Windows 7 connection Limit

Posted on 2014-04-29
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I have a Kerio Connect groupware solution hosted on a Windows 7 Professional.

The services it does includes:
http
https
IMAP
IMAPS
and many others.

It is running on VM with 4 dedicated cores and 8 GB of RAM and I have found that it does not always answers client petitions.

Now, it seems Windows 7 has a connection limit set for printing, file sharing, ICS, and some other services, but it does not seem to have issues if I put another solution on it.  Does anyone knows if this is a problem?

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Question by:benjalamelam1
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20 simultaneous connections.  You cannot have more - it's a licensing and technical restriction.  If there's a way to circumvent, we cannot help you.  If you need more connections you need to get a true server.
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