Before you can use Web
Designer or run Web applications under Windows Vista or Windows 7,
Internet Information Services V7 (IIS7) must be installed and ASP
must be included in the installation as an Application Development
Feature. Refer to your Windows documentation for details of how to
Before making administrative changes to Windows Vista, you
should temporarily disable User Account Control using the User
Accounts option in the Windows Control Panel. Once you have
finished making changes, enable User Account Control again.
On Windows Vista or Windows 7,
an ASP page on IIS7 can only read 200 Kbytes from a request by
default. This is not enough for a USoft Web Application, and must
be increased. To do this, you must configure IIS7 using the Control
Panel, as follows:
||Open the Control Panel from the Windows Start Menu.
||Double-click "Administrative Tools".
||Double-click "Internet Information Services (IIS)
||Open the first item in the IIS catalog - (local
||Double-click the ASP icon in the IIS section of the resulting
list in the main Control Panel pane. A list of properties appears
(make sure that you are viewing in "Features View" - see buttons at
base of window).
||Expand the Limits Properties section of the list and find the
Maximum Requesting Entity Body Limit property.
||Change the value of this property from 200000 to a larger
value, e.g. 1073741824.
||Click the Apply option in the right-hand pane. If the change
was successful, you will see the message "The changes have been
||Exit the Control Panel.