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  1. Introduction In the course of my research for a project involving, among other things, the transfer of large amounts of data, I came across the BITS service and from that the idea for this UDF was born. For a brief overview, I'll quote from Microsoft's BITS website (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/bits/background-intelligent-transfer-service-portal). Availability 🛒 The BITS UDF can be downloaded from my GitHub repository: 🔗 https://github.com/DonChunior/BITS-UDF Comments 💬 Currently, only an alpha version of the UDF is available. This contains by and large the full functionality of the object interfaces, but still completely lacks error checking and handling. I will implement this in the upcoming beta version. Therefore I ask you to use the UDF only for testing purposes but not in productive code! Acknowledgment 🤝 Many thanks to @Nine and @Danyfirex. You helped me very well in solving some tricky problems.
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