Several times I have had SharePoint environments where there was a need for large file storage (I mean large files, 100MB+). SharePoint can accommodate, but you need to change a few settings in different parts of the overall system, or you'll run into errors and timeouts. This is especially true when the file size is over 50MB. Below are some steps to take in order to configure your environment.
You ‘should’ be all good to go now to support large file uploads to SharePoint. There is however one more configuration if you are running on Windows Server 2008 with IIS7. Any files over 28MB will still result in an error, and the resolution is in this blog post: Uploading Large Files to SharePoint on Windows Server 2008 and IIS7
If you are trying to upload files to SharePoint and are using Windows Server 2008 with IIS 7, there's
Very simple to change maximum upload file size with SharePoint 2010 / Rất đơn giản để thay đổi kích cỡ tối đa của file tải lên với SharePoint 2010 sharepointtaskmaster.blogspot.com/.../very-simple-to-change-maximum-upload.html
Great, helpful article - thanks!
Hi mate just a quick question I actually was able to make this configuration work when the Web and APP are in the same server (Development) but in my production environment it seems it is not working (3 separately servers: Web, App and DB), any ideas what should I do?
can i change the default location of uploaded file on SharePoint??
Gr8 article. Thanks.