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Copy files from one web server to another web server in asp.net page

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Is there anyway to upload files to another web server in asp.net page? Or is there any way to copy files from one web server to another web server in asp.net page? Thanks for help
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Basically you want to just copy files.

Try using

System.IO.File.Copy("Source", "Destination");

Map a drive to the other web server.
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