Configuring ASP.NET and IIS Request Length for POST Data

Posted by: Rick Strahls WebLog, on 06 Apr 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

One of the most infuriating things about IIS configuration in general is how the Request length is configured in the IIS and ASP.NET. There are several places that control how much content you can send to the server and over the years this setting has changed in a number of ways. The places where it's configured is not super obvious and they can be fluid because some of these features are optionally installed IIS features. So here are the two main places where the request length is set in IIS and...

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