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BadGuyBadGuy Member Posts: 19
Uploading on IIS through intranet is this possible with php? It seems that the copy() function only works on local file ex.
[code]
<?
copy("c: est.txt",". est.txt");
?>
[/code]

This would copy the c: est.txt files FROM THE SERVERS' C: and upload it to test.txt in the webdir (also on the server!) where the script is located.

Any idea's?

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  • katarskikatarski Member Posts: 30
    I can guarantee that files can be uploaded using PHP on IIS. The biggest problem you'll have is with permissions, and setting upload paths etc. Once you've got that susses, you should be fine.

    Cheers,

    James.

    : Uploading on IIS through intranet is this possible with php? It seems that the copy() function only works on local file ex.
    : [code]
    : <?
    : copy("c: est.txt",". est.txt");
    : ?>
    : [/code]
    :
    : This would copy the c: est.txt files FROM THE SERVERS' C: and upload it to test.txt in the webdir (also on the server!) where the script is located.
    :
    : Any idea's?
    :

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