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Last Post 21 Jan 2013 09:45 AM by Mark Buelsing. 0 Replies.
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21 Jan 2013 09:45 AM Quote Reply  
This depends on your version of IIS

You may view Chris Hammonds video here, http://www.dotnetnuke.com/Resources...uke-6.aspx which shows you how to do this. This post will just give you the quick basics.

http://bit.ly/dnnlarge


For IIS 5, or 6
Edit the web.config file for your application.
Change maxRequestLength="8192" to maxRequestLength="81920" (for 80MB)
Change requestLengthDiskThreshhold="8192" to requestLengthDiskThreshhold="81920" (for 80MB)
Save the web.config. You are finished here


For IIS 7

Change maxRequestLength="8192" to maxRequestLength="81920" (for 80MB)
Change requestLengthDiskThreshhold="8192" to requestLengthDiskThreshhold="81920" (for 80MB)

AND you need to add some new code in the web.config file
Search for the system.webServer section

Paste this code before the closeing </system.web> tag
<security>
<requestFiltering>
<requestLimits maxAllowedContentLength="83886080" />
</requestFiltering>
</security>
which is measured in bytes
Save the web.config. You are finished.


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