bitsadmin setnoprogresstimeout

Sets the length of time, in seconds, that BITS tries to transfer the file after the first transient error occurs.

Syntax

bitsadmin /setnoprogresstimeout <job> <timeoutvalue>

Parameters

Parameter Description
job The job's display name or GUID.
timeoutvalue The length of time that BITS waits to transfer a file after the first error, in seconds.

Remarks

  • The "no progress" timeout interval begins when the job encounters its first transient error.

  • The timeout interval stops or resets when a byte of data is successfully transferred.

  • If the "no progress" timeout interval exceeds the timeoutvalue, then the job is placed in a fatal error state.

Examples

To set the "no progress" timeout value to 20 seconds, for the job named myDownloadJob:

bitsadmin /setnoprogresstimeout myDownloadJob 20

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