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how to increase webservice packet size

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how to increase webservice packet size
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There is a setting in the web.config for maxRequestLength (http://www.element-it.com/OnlineHelp/Webconfig.html). You can bump this up and then you may be limited by IIS. You will then need to change the request length for this if it gets in the way.
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