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IIS Timeouts Quick Reference

IIS 6.0

Internet Information Services (IIS) has several time-out values that are set by default when you install Windows Server 2003. Time-out values allow the server to specify how long server resources are allocated to specific tasks or clients.

Time-out settings are configurable from IIS Manager as well. For more information about setting the various time-out values, see Setting Connection Timeouts in the Help that comes with IIS Manager.

The following table lists the time-out values in IIS and where you can set them.

Property Name

Metabase Identifier

Available in IIS Manager

AspScriptTimeout

MD_ASP_SCRIPTTIMEOUT

Yes

AspSessionTimeout

MD_ASP_SESSIONTIMEOUT

Yes

ConnectionTimeout

MD_CONNECTION_TIMEOUT

Yes

CGITimeout

MD_SCRIPT_TIMEOUT

Yes

ServerListenTimeout

MD_SERVER_LISTEN_TIMEOUT

No

PoolIdcTimeout

MD_POOL_IDC_TIMEOUT

No

AspQueueTimeout

MD_ASP_QUEUETIMEOUT

No

HeaderWaitTimeout

MD_HEADER_WAIT_TIMEOUT

No

MinFileBytesPerSec

MD_MIN_FILE_BYTES_PER_SEC

No

Client: Requires Windows XP Professional, Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows NT Workstation 4.0.

Server: Requires Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000 Server, or Windows NT Server 4.0.

Product: IIS

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