troubleshooting Question

Can this server url convert into client resolved url to access the file on the client side?

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as a security reason, can I view the pdf report from this:

Server URL:   sample = String.Format("{0}?t={1}", HttpContext.Current.Request.Url.GetLeftPart(UriPartial.Authority) & ResolveUrl("~/") & "ReportRepository/" &  "/" & filName.pdf, DateTime.Now.Ticks)

Client Physical Path: C:\Users\jmanuel001\AppData\Local\Temp\filName.pdf

then view it in: <embed type="applcation/pdf"> tag in ASP.Net

Note that I can access the created file in the temp folder but the pdf says: "Acrobat Reader, Access Denied".
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