We are using the serv-u file transfer. We request files from outside users using AD creds and sending a link through email... The link is an HTTP file path with 4GB limits.. Is there a way to use this method to request files and exceed the 4GB limits???
For what I understood when I had this issue is that this is a browser imposed limit:
here are the limits as google said:
Software Versions Upload LimitHuge ASP Upload 2.3 4GB-1
|Internet Explorer 32bit||All versions (3-8)||2GB-1|
|Internet Explorer 64bit||v. 8||2GB-1 (!)|
|Mozilla Firefox||All versions||2GB-1|
|Google Chrome||All versions||>4GB|
|Huge ASP Upload||<2.2||2GB-1|
Our AD users log into the FTP with their AD creds. Create a "request for files" and share a link allowing "Anonymous login with a shared token(URL Link to location) " But we are limited by file size due to Browsers restrictions.
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