1x Mac Mini (MM), running OS X El Capitan Version 10.11.6(not Mac server)
5x Windows 10 (W10) PCs
1x LAN wifi
1x LAN ethernet
Connect all 5 PCs to the MM over the wired LAN or Wifi and map folders on the MM as additional Drives (Eg, P, Q, R etc) on the W10 PCs, as so as to share files stored on the MM. BTW: The MM is not used as a workstation, more as a “server” or pseudo-server.
From the PCs Command prompt on the W10 PCs run “net use T: “1nn.nnn.1.14ffffff” /persistent:yes. (real values hidden for security)
The Initial Outcome:
2 of the 5 PCs connected and drive letters assigned – no problems,
3 of the PCs could not connect, error message 71, “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.”
On the W10 PCs; increased the number of currentlogons in the registry from 10 to 100, but this made no difference. I think i should be doing something like this on the MM…
How do I increase the number of (network?) connections that the MM can accept? I believe this would solve the issue, but if I’m barking up the wrong tree, I would gladly be pointed to another one.
Thanks in Advance