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Automatically moving file from shared drive to FTP server

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Hello:
I'd like to systematically move a file (every hour) from a network shared drive location to an FTP server located on my company DMZ.  I'm more of a UNIX geek than a Windows guy, so could you please recommend a solution for me that will allow me to auto-matically move an Excel Spreadsheet to an FTP server (or HTTP server) on a regular basis?  Thanks in advance for the help.
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/96269 details how to setup a batch file to upload a file via an ftp script.
If you need help customizing it, don't hesitate to ask! :^)
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