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I would like to create a virtual web drive like what xdrive has. I what this
for personal reasons. I know this can be done I just do't know where to
start. I would login to my webpage and have a virtual drive Like
h:\%username% mapped to my desktop from my webserver.
Jan 17 '06 #1
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Freddy,
I have no doubt that it can be done, but I strongly suspect the only way
would be via a custom ActiveX control hosted in the browser. In this
particular case, that would be a pretty advanced topic.
Peter

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"freddy" wrote:
I would like to create a virtual web drive like what xdrive has. I what this
for personal reasons. I know this can be done I just do't know where to
start. I would login to my webpage and have a virtual drive Like
h:\%username% mapped to my desktop from my webserver.

Jan 17 '06 #2

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