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access application server file from web server

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I have a file on application server, now I need to access the file from web browser url, but my web server is on different machine, I'm using apache as web server, how can I do that?
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You need to set up file sharing.
If it's Linux/Unix machines, you need NFS between these machines,
If it's Windows/Windows you need a Windows sharing setup
If it's a Windows/Linux mix, you need a SMB (samba) sharing setup.
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