I am currently getting an error saying ' The number of connevtions to this computer is limited and all the connections are in use.'. When I first looked this error up it says it comes with SQL server default allowing no connections. I d/l'd SQL but never
really used it, maybe just opened it a couple of times but that was it. I just uninstalled all SQL applications on my computer. I have restarted and no traces that I can find left from SQL, however I am still getting the same error.
Maybe uninstalling SQL didn't change this setting back to the original, or maybe something else is going on. I was hoping to get some help/advice. Please let me know what you would suggest I do.
My understanding if you d/l use SQl server the default connections is zero. Windows Vista may allow 5 SQL server default is zero. So if you d/l SQL you would have to change the default connections to something else. I never did that after opening SQL server
and some of its other tools. Today I uninstalled SQL after getting this error hoping the default value would change back to Vistas connection default. It did not change so, I am still getting this error.
But I no longer have SQL
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