I am attempting to copy a selected file from the web server to a user's desktop on their local machine using the Environment variables .MachineName and .SpecialFolder.Desktop. The application works fine when running in Visual Web Developer on my local machine but when I upload the application to the web server and run it from a browser on my local machine it copies the files to my desktop on the server. The .MachineName environment variable shows the web server name rather than my local machine name.
The only easy way this is going to work is if your user and server are on the same domain, and the user's computer is not firewalled.
Then, you can copy to the user's computer by creating a string like
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