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Dear members,
I want to upload an image file from the client side and then copy the file to
the server, store the new path in the database, preview the image in an OLE
frame.
So, I want to ask the experts in the forum about the best way for:
1. Copy a file to a different location in the local network.
2. Lock the new location (supposed to be a folder on the server), so no one
can open, delete, move, rename the contents of this folder.
3. use the Progress control during the uploading and copying the file.

I am sorry if my post is not related to this group.

Best regards.

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Thank you Tom. I appreciate your reply.

Tom van Stiphout wrote:
>Not by a password. One could write code to make your application
assume the security context of another user (e.g. Administrator) who
*does* have access to the share and can copy files. You may know that
Services do this all the time. But this requires an advanced level of
programming. If you REALLY need this, you may need to hire a
consultant to implement this for you.

Personally I would just revoke Delete permissions, and allow
everything else.

-Tom.
>>Dear Mr. Tom,
Thank you very much for your speed response.
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