You can do it through the registry or in the Policy.
The 100% legal and cheap method is to simply use some means other than SMB/CIFS to share files. FTP, AFS, NFS, HTTP, to name a few starting points that you can use on your own computer. Then there's also dropbox or even using a public bittorrent tracker and creating a torrent for whatever files you want to share.
Incorrect asvent. There is no violation of the Eula, when a user or administrator makes changes through the registry or GPO. Also it is not to encourage people to purchase server editions.
before max client = 100
after using MHotspot app it change to 10
To begin with, Windows hosted network allows 100 clients by default:
You didn't even bother to check this fact. In OP's case a third party app has changed the number.
Last edited by Brink; 11 Nov 2014 at 20:05. Reason: removed unneeded comments
@Sufriadi, you could try to remove the hosted network, then recreate it, this should set the max clients value to default 100.
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