Only one usage of socket address is normally permitted using windows7

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only one usage of socket address is normally permitted using windows7
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  1. Interesting.

    Do you have a question? If so, perhaps you could supply a little more detail of exactly what the problem is.
  2. Professional, Enterprise, & Ultimate has 2 physical processor support, The rest have 1 physical processor support.

    If you have dual processor system you must run Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate.
  3. ^That.

    If you want anything above 2 sockets then you pretty much have to run Windows Server.
  4. Wow. My immediate thought was that the question was about TCP/IP sockets.
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