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Need to set MaxUpload size at the Site Collection Level

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I am using MOSS 2007 and have a MaxUpload quote of 250MB at the web application level. I have several site collection and on one of them i want to allow a higher limit than the general limit (250MB). Is there a way i can do this?

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Built-in tools only allow you set the maximum file upload size at the web application level.  If you want to set it at the site collection level, this would require a programming effort.
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answered the question but did not resolve my issue
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