It is possible that your licensing choice is preventing your clients from connecting. If a server is licensed using the "per server" option, any client connections will be refused after the server has reached its limit of licensed connections. Switching to "per seat" will alleviate this, as long as you are in compliance with the # of CAL's that you've registered on the server.
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