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WSS 3.0 File Upload Size limit

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Am trying to upload a file about 60MB in size to my Windows sharepoint services 3.0 running on Server 2008 with IIS7. I always have "The webpage cannot be displayed HTTP 404 error message. I've increased the upload size on the server to 250MB, followed a couple of helpful links from microsoft support website, reboot my server all to avail. I also have AD running on my server.
Can someone offer some help as to what I can do to resolve this issue? Thanks!
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by:Justin Smith
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did you increase in IIS?

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925083
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I followed the link to Increase the connection time-out setting in IIS.
 when I go into my IIS 7, I can see my local server listed in there, but when I right click on it, I do not have properties as one of the options to select to enable me Increase the connection time-out setting under the WEb site tab as described in the link. Is there something am doing wrong? HELP PLEASE!
 
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click on it, look on far right for a link called "limits".  you can modify timeout there.
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by:ColesNet
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I was able to increase timeout limit from 120secs to 300secs but that did not resolve the issue. Still had The webpage cannot be found HTTP 404 when I tried to upload a larger file.
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and you changed the web.config?
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by:ColesNet
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Yes, I did as instructed.
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Still no success after trying above link.
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Do somebody has any more suggestions as to what to try again?
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Had no help to resolve my problem
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Had no solution to my problem. Need to close the ticket
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