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Java File Browser Applet

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I am looking for a good java based file browser applet that will run in IE/Firefox. The web page it will be used on is hosted remotely but I want it to be able to show me a Windows Explorer like view of one of our local network drives. It will also need to be able to open certain files with their default programs (Word, Excel, PDF, etc). Any thoughts?
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I'm not looking to develop my own, I am looking for a thrid-party solution.
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