share permissions

i have a web server joined to a workgroup that runs a web service that needs to write and  read files from a NTFS share on our LAN,
how do i make this happen

web server > in a workgroup (not part of the domain) web service runs as network service
File server > domain server with NTFS permissions

both server and domain windows 2008
porto111Asked:
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cwstad2Commented:
if you can map a network drive to the share and input the username and pass and such in the credentials. This is providing they are on the same IP range
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porto111Author Commented:
but the web service is using a user id, its using network service
also is this recomended
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xObIACommented:
Join the web server to the Domain! Thats the first thing I would do. Unless theres a reason why you cannot. And then as cwstad2 said, aslong as you know the credentials, you can connect to any share, remember to tick "Remember My Credentials" otherwise you'll have to keep inputting the Ands thats annoying!
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porto111Author Commented:
cannot join web server to domain, as this is a very secure  environment and DMZ serrvers are all on workgroup
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cwstad2Commented:
you dont have to join the domain set up a network share from the webserver. just use the domain credentials when prompted
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cwstad2Commented:
How did you get on?
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