Product: Technical Tips

Increasing the default maximum size for uploaded files in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010

Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 has a default maximum size limit of 50 Mb for uploaded files. If you try to upload files larger than 50 Mb using either PaperVision SharePoint Tools or PaperVision Capture, you may receive one or more of the following errors:

- Not enough memory. ErrCode: -4500
- SendFailure Response: NULL Message: The underlying connection was closed
- System.IO.IOExceptionMessage: The process cannot access the file
- System.IO.IOExceptionMessage: The directory is not empty
- System.OutofMemoryExceptionMessage: Exception of type ‘System.OutofMemoryException’

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Last modified October 13, 2017

Submitted Jun 29, 2011

Increasing the default maximum size for uploaded files in Microsoft Office Server (SharePoint) 2007

Microsoft Office Server 2007 has a default maximum size limit of 50 Mb for uploaded files. If you try to upload files larger than 50 Mb using either PaperVision SharePoint Tools or PaperVision Capture, you may receive one or more of the following errors:

Not enough memory. ErrCode: -4500
SendFailure Response: NULL Message: The underlying connection was closed
IO.IOExceptionMessage: The process cannot access the file
IO.IOExceptionMessage: The directory is not empty
OutofMemoryExceptionMessage: Exception of type ‘System.OutofMemoryException’

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Last modified October 13, 2017

Submitted Jun 29, 2011

How To Change the SQL Server Listening TCP/IP Port

By default a named instance of Microsoft SQL Server does not specify a TCP/IP port to monitor for incoming connections. A TCP/IP port is one option available when connecting PaperVision Enterprise (PVE) to a Microsoft SQL Server database. This article outlines how to specify the Microsoft SQL Server listening port number using the Microsoft SQL Server Configuration Manager.

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Last modified July 10, 2017

Submitted Feb 17, 2010

How to determine if your computer is running a 32-bit version or a 64-bit version of the Windows Operating System

The following instructions will help you determine whether you are running a 32-bit or a 64-bit version Windows Operating System.

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Last modified May 15, 2017

Submitted Oct 28, 2009