Attaching files to stand-alone requests in ApprovalMax

Attaching files to stand-alone requests in ApprovalMax

During the creation of stand-alone requests in ApprovalMax, you can attach files. However, some technical limitations do apply:

·         File extensions: any - except .exe, .com, .iso, .dex, .crx, .dmg, .ps1, .msi, .cmd, .bat
·         Max. file size: 25 MB
·         Max. number of files: 20

Please note:

·         All files will be checked by antivirus software
·         All unsupported symbols in the file name (like "#%$...) will be automatically changed to supported symbols

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