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Old June 25th, 2013, 11:10 PM
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Default Complete failure when reaching request.form

I have a super serious issue which has completely stumped me.

I was playing with the IIS value in 'Maximum allowed content length' which can be seen in (IIS 7.0 on windows 7) IIS > Request filtering > right click white space > Edit feature settings. I set this to 30 billion to experiment with uploading large files then restarted IIS.

Now ALL my systems work until a form is submitted. The moment the submit button is clicked the destination page loads with this error:

Request object error 'ASP 0104 : 80004005'
Operation not Allowed
/SERS/OHSIndex.asp, line 20


The code on line 20 is simply request.form - where ever I go the line number will change to which ever line the first request.form is.


So I set this 'Maximum allowed content length' back to 30000000 Bytes and did a full re-start. My issue is still there. Hopefully someone knows how to solve this, I am completely stuck and all of my systems are inoperable. Help..








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As I said this was a complete show stopper for me, it simply had to be fixed ASAP. After several hours of research I came to the conclusion I had a very rear issue since I could not find anybody having the same issue. The error indicating it was something to do with fileSize, maxEntity, exceeding form control limit, exceeding the limit for a form etc..... Well it simply was not any of those. When I set an unusually high 'Maximum allowed content length' value and restarted IIS it tripped something out in a big way which could not be reverted. A light bulb moment said IIS needed to be uninstalled and them re-installed. This did fix it.
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