How to write sql query results in .Net application to csv file on a separate server

I want to write a windows application in .Net to execute a query and write the results to a csv file on a separate server (with permissions to the server).

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newtoperlpgmAsked:
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MisbahSr. Software EngineerCommented:
you can create a shared folder on the server , let us assume you give it a name (shared)
in your C# program, you will be able use the System.IO library normally .
you will just need to use the filename path like this:

StreamWriter writer = new StreamWriter(@"\\remoteserverName\shared\results.cvs");

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newtoperlpgmAuthor Commented:
perfect, that is what I was looking for.  I've already created the shared folder.
MisbahSr. Software EngineerCommented:
Great,  I am glad that answered your question.
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