You need to tell us what web server your using, IIS6 requires the metabase editor to change one of the values, I think max request length, under IIS/Defaults. So you can change the value in Web.config, but the metabase supersedes the web.config overall.
IIS7 was a e bit easier it doesn't use metabase, there's a config file in IISAdmin folder, in system32, that you just edit. After you edit it, I think it changes a more complex structure in the background.
I messed with the upload limit for years, and tried everything, but the limit is the limit. I'm not sure about FTP, I have changed my servers to 1 gig, which is the limit for Server 2003, but you have to login to do it. I ended up using Uploadify, which works pretty good.
The metabase editor is available in the IIS resource kit, an old download from microsoft.
How can i get all IP addresses which connected in LAN using ASP.NET
// Private Function GetIP4Address() As String
Dim IP4Address As String = [String].Empty
For Each IPA As IPAddress In Dns.GetHostAddresses(Dns.GetHostName())
If IPA.AddressFamily.ToString() = "InterNetwork" Then
IP4Address = IPA.ToString()
// I'm using this function but it returns only my IP address.
Please help me...
Thanks in advance...
The first thing you ought to learn is: differenciate between code executed on the server and code executed on the client (user site).
You say you are using ASP.NET - just think: where is that code executed?
I have developed a website project in visual studio express 2005 (.net framework 2.0) and sql server express 2005. Now I am trying to run this project in visual team studio 2008 (.net framework 3.5) and sql server 2005 but it's showing below error when I'm trying to run that project:
it is giveing error like this..
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