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By mswatcher
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Submitted: Jul 15 2013 / 13:19

I bet that most of you have faced this common problem: “How to upload large size files (above 4MB) in ASP.NET?”  As you know, the default maximum file size allowed in the framework is 4MB and this is to prevent service attacks like submitting large files, which can overwhelm the server resources. In this blog post I am going to show you how to overcome this limitation, as well as how to validate the file size and type on the client before submitting it to the server.
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