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One of my clients needs to upload some files to me. I have our website running on IIS on Windows 2003 Server. I currently don't  have a FTP server. Is there a way I can just put a Web Site/Folder under my default web site and let the cliet upload to www.companyname.com/uploads? This is only going to be a temporary upload time frame so i am don't want to install and ftp server and have to change our firewall configuration.
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