"The network bios session limit was exceeded"

"The network bios session limit was exceeded"

Post by Sm9hY2hpb » Sat, 24 Feb 2007 17:51:13


I have a network disk which works just fine if I use Windows XP Pro SP2, but
when I, after a while, have accessed it from Windows Vista Ultimate it gives
me the error

"\\mydrive

The network bios session limit was exceeded"

Why does this happen and how can I make this problem go away without having
to reboot my PC?
 
 
 

1. The network BIOS session limit was exceeded

2. Error Message 'the network bios session limit was exceeded'

I got this error message from time to time in ftp using a network share.When
this happens I can nor open any network connection to this remote system.
When I try doing it in windows explorer at this moment the same error message
appears. I searchend the internet and found that this can happen when a
netzwork share is used in IIS without UNC Path. But I checked everything in
IIS and other applications twice and the only network path usesd is in this
one virtual ftp directoy. But it is entered there as an UNC path. When I
reboot the system it works sometime but after a while the error appears
again.
It seems that after a while there is a problem with the opened smb
connection that IIS makes for the virtual ftp directory.
Does anyone have an idea what can cause this problem or how I can avoid
running into this error again.

Thanks for your answers in advance.

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