I have installed Sql Server 2005 on Windows XP acting as server in a small workgroup. Since XP has as limit of 10 computers connecting at the same time, my question is, does this limit also apply to concurrent connections over TCP/IP to the Sql Server? Or does this limit only apply to connections to shares, printers and so on?
This article states maximum of 10 connections.
These people seem to have copied or created a tcpip driver that enables up to 50 connections.
It is not clear to me if they took TCPIP.SYS from another microsoft operating system or if they somehow wrote their own.