Is there a limit of on the number of TCP/IP connections on Windows Server 2008?

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I currently have a .NET service that listens on a single port over a TCP protocol. Here's the way it works: Our clients connect and transmit their data for periods at a time. Is there a limit on the # of connections on Windows Server 2008? I haven't hit any yet but I'm worried since our company is up to 50 clients. Our plan is to add a hundred more over the next few months so I need to know if this will become a problem. Thanks!

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