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Old June 14th, 2004, 10:34 PM
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Default IIS Issues - Too Many People

I have managed to get one of my test sites up and running at home with much help from Imar and Peter, thanks guys.
I now have a strange situation where I can log in to my site from work, navigate arround the few pages that are set in place, but after some time i get a page not found error.
On another machine at work I get a message "There are too many people accessing the web site at this time."
I have not come across this before.
I am using XP Professional at home.
The site does not do this when viewing locally from the same machine.
The error occurs even if I am the only person logged in.
No one else could be even visiting not logged in really.
Any ideas anyone, my first thought is an IIS issue, which is a little off the forum topic but not sure where else to look.

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Old June 14th, 2004, 11:16 PM
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I found the reason but I'm not very happy about it.
Windows XP IIS has a 10 concurrent user limit.
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=262635
I can only assume that each page called for is making another conection.
This can be fixed partially via the support document above but still a ten user limit will apply.
With the HTTP KeepAlives disabled I what does a user connection mean?
Does this mean ten sessions?
Any Comments?

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