Windows 2003 Server Web, file upload?

Posted on 2004-11-22
Last Modified: 2010-05-18
Hello Experts,

I'm new to W2k3 Server and I'm playing around with an Evaluation Version on my home network.  I'd like to create a system that will allow me to upload and download files from a browser.  Does Win2k3 have anything build it that can accomplish this?  
Question by:Superman-1976
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    > upload and download files from a browser
    IE browser support ftp protocol.
    And IIS in Win2k3 have ftp server package.
    You can setup IIS (webserver + ftp server) to accomplish your need.

    By the way, you might want to post your Win2k3 question in the following area:
    which has more win2k3 experts can help you.



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