Secondly these limits are there for a reason: allowing uploads of large files isn't normally a good idea, especially on a public website. You need to have think about whether this is really necessary: its slow for the user, has the potential to fill your disk-space quickly and can be used as part of a DoS attack. You should sanity check what is happening, for example can the file be put onto the server by other means than the web-interface.
Thirdly (assuming you still have the need) you might want to consider a richer upload control. There is one here[^] reference as part of a discussion on large file uploads elsewhere. I haven't used it, and so can't vouch for it, but I've found others helpful in the past.
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