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    Default windows 2000 10user connection limit

    Can anyone recomend away if possible to get around the windows 2000pro 10 user conection limit on network shares

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    Just upgrade it to 2000 Server, or install a fresh copy.

    Pro can only handle the 10 concurrent user sessions.

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    In fact do a search for ntswitch.zip - this will just change the OS so it thinks that it's running 2k Server....

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    thanks for the replys. i found the ntswitch.zip file. It seems to do the job but it changes the logos to windows 2000 server

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    Aye, that's because Windows thinks it actually is now that you've run that!

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