bandwith

Hi!

My question would be the following:
in IIS I wish to restrict a user bandwith. Now I have found the tab where I can do this, but I do not know if its in kilobit or in kilobyte per sec.
I wish to limit my user to 200 kilobit per sec. What should I write in? Please help.

Thanks,

Balázs
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sunray_2003Commented:
Balazs,

Put in Kilobytes per second

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Brad Dobyns, CSMScrumMasterCommented:
You didn't say whether you are using Win2k or Win2K3. Try this if you are using Win2K:

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=308186

Also, you need to maintain your open questions:

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Brad Dobyns, CSMScrumMasterCommented:
Well, since I can only assume that he is using Win2k, I think my solution covers this plus any others. A blanket solution if you will.

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chantellkCommented:
My cpu processor is runing 100% when l use the task manager. I am using XP professional and have only office 2000 installed . Adobe,winzip antivirus. What could be the problem and how do l correct it.
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