|May 21, 2010, 04:56 AM||#1|
Close inactive network connections automatically
Quick question. On a mac is there any way to close inactive network connections automatically?
I am working in an ad agency and what's happening is when mac people (like me) connect to the shared server, and forget to manually eject the server through the finder, the server ends up hitting it's max number of connections and not letting any new active connections join.
Any tips/hints/apps or checkboxes would be greatly appreciated :-)
|May 21, 2010, 05:17 AM||#2|
not as far as i know
you would have to talk to the server guys, they can up the max number of connections or the connection period.
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