Uploading data on intranet by making shared folder

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Intranet
Network design
Hi,

I am looking into networks of a small firm. Last week i sucessfully loaded intranet for my own company for its employees.

Now i want people to upload files and folder via that intranet to some shared folders. I am totally clueless how and where to approch.

Please help....

I have uploaded my website via MS IIS Server and intranet is coded in HTML.

 



Software/Hardware used:
HTML, IIS Server, DNS Server

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Basically you need to create a webpage in your intranet site that uploads files to a folder then all you need to do is share that folder to your users.

Programming the upload page isn’t that hard. You can follow this <a href=”http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa479405.aspx”>MSDN tutorial</a> just to get a hang of it.

You need to install FTP server and give your users access to it.

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  • Dhruv
    Thanks for your answer.. but i dnt knw this language.. asp.net is there any alternative.
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  • mshen
    There is an older HTML tag that you can look into. I've never used it personally, but it is <input type="file"> What languages do you know?
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  • Dhruv
    well i m not quite familar with software field but i m learning HTML and XML. Ya i even saw that <input type="file”> i even not sure will that work. So learning HTML is the only way out. right ?
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  • mshen
    HTML is the base language for website development. It's a starting point, but if you need to learn a higher level language to get anything more than a basic website.
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  • mshen
    You have a lot of choices when it comes to web development. PHP, Java, and ASP. NET are the more prominent languages.
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  • Dhruv
    Thanks Mshen... i will do the same as suggested and get back to you as soon as possible.
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