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Windows XP Professional runs IIS version 5.1, which comes with a 10 connection limit. Often that's not enough when you are testing a site from multiple browsers (or multiple locations). You can easily increase the limit to the hardcoded maximum: 40 connections.

Make a command prompt window (start, run, cnd.exe) and issue these commands.
cd \inetpub\adminscripts
cscript adsutil.vbs set w3svc/MaxConnections 40
iisreset
 
The first command connects you to the adminscripts folder. The second command runs a script that sets the MaxConnections value in the IIS metabase to 40 (the maximum allowed). The third command (iisreset) shuts down and then restarts IIS.


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  • Thank you sir

    2013-08-28 03:04:49

  • THANKS A LOT SIR

    2013-06-08 03:40:17

  • I need max 200 connections. Is it possible?? Plz reply

    2013-03-14 10:17:57

  • WOW this solved all my problems !

    2012-06-12 01:00:12

  • Thank you so much!!! This fixed my random images not loading.

    2012-01-23 15:18:37

  • Thank you very much!!!

    2011-11-07 09:52:25

  • its really helpful, thx

    2011-04-01 04:15:43

  • Thank you very much it helps a lot.

    2010-05-04 04:10:47

  • am having a report that system can not find the path specified

    2009-11-11 10:54:04

  • It worked for me on several occasions. Thanx for the knowledge shared. Ajit Jha

    2009-11-09 05:08:01

  • Very informative Thanks a lot

    2009-09-17 06:57:35

  • thanku u very much

    2009-05-08 11:26:39

  • its too GOOD... Thanks dude..

    2009-03-22 23:13:42

  • cmd.exe not cnd.exe

    2009-01-12 20:58:33

  • Wow, great FAQ! You say that 40 is the hardcoded maximum; is this an OS limitation, or a limitation of the IIS version that comes with XP? jworden@brownsburg.k12.in.us Thanks!

    2008-01-23 10:31:54



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