Why can't I access Request.Form() when uploading?
You will get errors from IIS in both of the following cases:
The two major commercial upload components have their own .form collection that you can call, and this is found in their documentation:
Dundas.Upload, a free upload control, also has this capability:
If you're using one of the other components, contact the vendor.
If you wish to roll your own upload method(s), take a look at this helpful article:
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