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Accessing files externally

Postby stephen » Sun, 25 Oct 2009 04:41:17 GMT


I have a windows C# application that when run within the intranet is able to 
access files on the shared drive via  http://www.**--****.com/ 
have a new requirement to access the files and then run our windows 
application externally. so when i try to access the same file 
 http://www.**--****.com/ , it kicks me to the global sign on. I 
understand that since i am accessing it externally, i need to 1st 

Whats the best way of authenticating and then accessing the files?Another 
question is will it kick me to the global authentication page if i have to 
access multiple files?

Any help/sample/direction is greatly appreciated,

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