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What is the maximum upload file size accepted by SharePoint 2010?

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It is actually 2GB in SP2010 and SP2007, and this is a hard limit. However, each web application by default is set to 50MB. You can go to the General Settings of a Web Application and tweak this setting.

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Each Web Application By default have 50MB for one time attachment to be uploaded. You can modify it from:

Central Admin -> Manage Application -> Select your web application -> General Setting -> Set Max Upload Size

If file size is too large then you should also update executionTimeOut (Increase this time from IIS Setting) value and ConnectionTimeout (Update this time from web application web.config file) value.

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As in 2007 you can specify it.
This article in technet is a quite good read, it talks about digital asset management on SharePoint 2010 and how you should plan things ahead:

Digital asset library topology and architecture (SharePoint Server 2010)

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Great, also… contains a couple of other links. – Alex Angas Dec 15 '09 at 22:33

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