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Any MFC client-servet sample code for file tranfer (from web)?
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Yep.  Look at the MFC samples on your Visual C++ help:

(in the help tree)
Developer Products/Visual C++/Visual C++ Samples/MFC Samples/MFC Internet samples/FTPTREE

From there, it's pretty straightforward.


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