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How to configure the AutoDisconnect time on W2K/XP

When attempting to connect to another Wi2K/XP computer, you may receive the following error message: “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”. This behavior may occurs if the W2K/XP Pro reaches the maximum number (10 for XP Pro and 5 for XP Home) of inbound connections that the computer can host.

To fix this issue, you can re-configure AutoDisconnect time. By default for the AutoDisconnect time is 15 minutes. If you have more computers need to access the host computer, you may want to lower the AutoDisconnect time. Then when the session is disconnected, one of the ten connections becomes available so that another user can connect to the Windows system.

To configure AutoDisconnect time, net config server /autodisconnect:time command. For example, if you want to limit the AutoDisconnect time 10 minutes, type this command in command prompt: net config server /autodisconnect:10.

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