During a web session file transfer, before the transfer begins in the session itself, the file is allocated in the workstation’s memory, and then the transfer is initiated in the session.
However, in addition to memory limitations, there is a file transfer limit through the GUAC Protocol, which is subject to variables such as workstation capabilities, browser limitations, and more.
When using Chrome or Edge, the limit is 1.6GB, with a 20% variation, either higher or lower, considering the availability of the user’s workstation resources.
When using Firefox, the limit is slightly higher, at 4GB, with a 20% variation, either higher or lower, considering the availability of the user’s workstation resources.
Therefore, these limits also depend on the browser being used.