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troubleshooting Question

asp.net - large file upload

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ElimeFlag for Switzerland asked on
Microsoft IIS Web ServerWeb ServersWeb Applications
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Hi there

I stuck :(

I have a page were large file upload happen (up to the limit of 2GB).
It runs fine on windows server 2003 (IIS6). the exact same page won't work on windows server 2008 (x64) R2. I do get an error 64 - connection to server was lost right after about 5 mins of upload. note: uploads below 100mb work fine (haven't tested the exact limit yet).

My web.config:
httpRuntime executionTimeout="7200" maxRequestLength="2097150"

requestLimits maxAllowedContentLength="2097150"
(Managed Pipeline Mode=Integrated)

there is no limit set in recycling at all (like memory limits i mean).

it must be a f*çç% setting in IIS but .... wont damn find out :(

anybody got me a hint??

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