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From "Jeff White" <>
Subject Re: Apache + Windows
Date Tue, 18 Nov 2003 23:19:55 GMT

From: "Bill Stoddard"

> Andrew Mann wrote:
> >
> >
> > "Also, because TransmitFile is geared toward server applications,
it is
> > fully functional only on server versions of Windows. On home and
> > professional versions, there may be only two outstanding
> > (or TransmitPackets) calls at any given time. If there are more,
> > they are queued and not processed until the executing calls are
> >
> >     It's not as official as MSDN I guess, but at least it's
published by
> > them.  The article appears to be XP era.
> >
> > Andrew
> Yep, checkout MaxActiveTransmitFileCount here:
> Can work around this particular fooness with EnableSendfile off. No
idea if this will make teh problem
> disappear tho.
> Bill

Try using the built-in Windows Script Host (WSH)
and the built-in (WMI) Windows Management
Instrumentation via the built-in Windows Scripting
language VBScript.

Set the Allowed Number of TCP Connections

Save the above little VBScript as whatever.vbs
and start it by using the command line
version of the Windows Script Host - cscript.exe.

c:>cscript.exe whatever.vbs

Try the other "networking options" too.


And for doing registry actions.


All done via the built-in Windows Scripting
engine and the built-in languages (or download
and use the language of your desire with the
built-in Windows Script Host engines).

Administration scripting examples and an
ONLINE version of the 1328 page Scripting Guide:


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