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Jas

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Hi All

We seem to have an issue whereby we cant upload / attach files larger than 15mb. The web.config has been setup to allow 40mb as follows -

<httpRuntime maxRequestLength="40000" executionTimeout="3600"></httpRuntime>.


This is using v9.1.2

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gsurjit

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Hi, Can you please check what is the value set  for maxAllowedContentLength(bytes) in Request Filtering setting in IIS.

The maxAllowedContentLength species the maximum length of content supported for a request to IIS. You need to set both maxRequestLength and maxAllowedContentLength value to upload larger files and the smaller one take the priority.

The max attachment size supported by MBPM Engine is 40 MB.

Regards,

Surjit


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Hi All

We seem to have an issue whereby we cant upload / attach files larger than 15mb. The web.config has been setup to allow 40mb as follows -

<httpRuntime maxRequestLength="40000" executionTimeout="3600"></httpRuntime>.


This is using v9.1.2

Thx
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Nils

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In which Web.config did you configure this? We do not have this problem (running 9.3).
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Paul

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We've added the <httpRuntime> element settings in all of our web.config files just make sure the limit has been applied. 

As far as I can tell maxAllowedContentLength is a setting that was introduced for the <system.webserver> element but this AFAIK is only supported from IIS 7 onwards and the environment Jas originally raised the query for is an old Windows 2003 IIS6 environment (We're in the process of moving away from it but it's going to take time)

Does anyone else have any ideas?  IT's soo long since I've looked at 9.1 and Windows 2003 and IIS6! :s

Cheers,

Paul.
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