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No more connections to 2003 server

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I have just recently started getting an error when my users try to access one particular share on my windows 2003 server.  Other shares seem to work just fine.

The error reads; No more connections can be made to this remote computer at this time because there are already as many connections as the computer can accept.

Thoughts?
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I would look at the properties of the shared folder on that server.  You can set the maximum number of connections on the Sharing tab in the properties of the folder.  I don't have access to a Server 2003 system to give you a screenshot, unfortunately.
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Geeze!  Can't believe that was it!  Thanks a bunch.  Such a simple overlook!
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Glad I could help!
Thanks!
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