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How to upload a 38 Meg size Powerpoint to the 'digital products' in NOP Commerce 3.10.

When I upload a simple jpg picture, it uploads fine, and becomes available for purchase, and
becomes available when customer pays.  But, when I try a 38 Meg Powerpoint, it
stops after 32%, then says "upload failed."  
I used F12 and the log from my server (Arvixe) to search for an ajax or other error but don't see any.  Also enable Internet Explorer option to display a message for every script error.

After uploading a jpg, I searched the folders on the server, but couldn't find the file, even though it can be successfully purchased, so I think it must be stored in the database.

NOP offers an alternative, which is to give the customer a download link.  I would use
that except I don't know what folder to park the download in, and even if I did, I don't
want people to be able to backspace in the url line and look at the entire folder contents.
nop-valum-uploader.txt
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
NOP Commerce 3.10 is a .NET 4.5 program so it will be running on a Windows IIS server.  The server will have limits set for file upload sizes.  You will have to get your hosting or server admin to change those for you to upload larger files.  The file that you posted has nothing to do with setting the limits.

http://www.nopcommerce.com/productinfo.aspx
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