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Using PUT Command for a Long File Name Causes "HTTP 404 - File Not Found" Error

Article ID: 247714

Article Last Modified on 11/21/2006



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft Internet Information Services 5.0



This article was previously published under Q247714

SYMPTOMS

When you attempt you use the put command to put a file to the Web server, you may receive the following error message:

HTTP/1.1 Error 404 - File not found

CAUSE

This is a known issue with Internet Information Services 5.0 that occurs when you attempt a put to a URL, where the name of the file is longer than the permitted NTFS file name length.

WORKAROUND

When you put a file to the Web server, do not exceed the permitted NTFS file name length of 256 characters, which does not include the path portion of the put command.


Additional query words: IIS 5

Keywords: kbhttp404 kbnofix kbprb kbprod2web KB247714