Could it be maxRequestLength for the specific location path as well? Have had problem with this before and i think I added it both for location path, system.webserver and system.web. but might be a bug as well :)
Could it be that you also have to set maxAllowedContentLength as well?
You are correct, I added this for location path secure/UI:
<system.webServer> <security> <requestFiltering> <requestLimits maxAllowedContentLength="1048576000" /> </requestFiltering> </security> </system.webServer>
I guess it's a bug in the default setup of web.config then :) Thanks a lot!
Yup, just figured it out Arild.
Hi all, and thank you for sharing this configuration setting! I've added a section about it under asset management in the Developer Guide of EPiServer CMS.
I found out that trying to upload a file larger than 30Mb fails today. Reproduced it in IE/FF and Chrome, so it must be a server-side limitation. The maxRequestLength is set to around 1Gb in web.config, unchanged default setting from CMS7 core installation. I'm having this issue both locally IIS8 / Win8 and on IIS7 / Win Serv. 2008 R2.
I can't find any documented limitation for file uploads, so i guess this is a bug?
I could probably get around this using Webdav or a VirtualPathNonUnifiedProvider, but that's far from ideal.