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Log Shipping from Domain to Workgroup

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We have 2 SQL 2005 servers.  One is our production server and is in a workgroup, and the other is used for reports and is in our domain.  We're wanting to initiate log shipping on one particular database on the production server to keep the report server up-to-date, but I'm not sure it will be possible considering the fact they're not in the same domain.  I've looked through the following posting:
http://omaralzabir.com/how_to_setup_sql_server_2005_transaction_log_ship_on_large_database_that_really_works/
But it approaches the problem assuming the machines aren't in separate domains.  Does anyone have any experience or guidance on how to make this work, or if it's possible?  For instance, is there a way to configure the movement of the log files manually and script the report server to load them?

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