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Going to bulid applicaton, but can not implement it...

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Hi experts,
 
I’m going to build small application (“project documentation management”) that has some small features:

- The user can connect to server to get documents in projects which he/she is employed.
           + Users maybe sit in LAN where Server in or connect to Server through internet.

- The application must authenticate and authorize users connected to Server like:
          + Normal users can only view and downoad document file (*.doc, *.pdf, *.xls, autocad file(*.dwg)), can’t upload file.

          + Serious users can view, download (then modifty file) and upload to replace the older version.

Anyone could point out which type application which I should build? Futher conpcepts and implement help me much. Thank!

I have never programming application running through Internet before! So I cannot distinguish between applicaton run base on IE or independent application like some FTP Softwares, which have cool similar features to my application(connect to server, view file, download...)

I got advice from friends that use VPNs and the Server will run Windows 2003 Server, but don't know right or wrong?

Very happy for any suggestion from you! Thank you!
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