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    ...without someone having to be on the other end?

    cant you network em with a VPN setup or somethin?

    i tried searching for info, but all results were shite...

    OS's are xp, both of em...

    any tips/answers greatly appreciated B)
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    erm you lost me what are you trying to do exactly.

    do you want to send a file to your computer at home from a remote location ?

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    pcanywhere can be used to access your pc over the net from another pc if thats what you want.
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    errrr....yeah.....forgot to say remote, didnt i?

    say i log onto another pc, and d/l a file,
    how to forward it to my pc at home? or vice versa

    e.g. home to office transfer
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    Originally posted by FKDUP74@18 February 2004 - 16:46
    errrr....yeah.....forgot to say remote, didnt i?

    say i log onto another pc, and d/l a file,
    how to forward it to my pc at home? or vice versa

    e.g. home to office transfer
    Yep, pcanywhere is what you need.
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    Originally posted by Robert00000@18 February 2004 - 08:46
    pcanywhere can be used to access your pc over the net from another pc if thats what you want.
    blah!, damn simultaneous posts
    missed yours rob

    can it choose a directory to save the file to?
    (would like to see if this can be done w/o another app,
    but if needed another app is ok)
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    Originally posted by Robert00000+18 February 2004 - 08:46--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Robert00000 &#064; 18 February 2004 - 08:46)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> pcanywhere can be used to access your pc over the net from another pc if thats what you want. [/b]

    blah&#33;, damn simultaneous posts
    missed yours rob


    Well it happens


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    can it choose a directory to save the file to?
    (would like to see if this can be done w/o another app,
    but if needed another app is ok)
    [/quote]


    I havent tried it very often, but you should be able to select the directory. But i can&#39;t be sure.
    Robert00000

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    pcanywhere is a bit overkill just to transfer a few files. i would look into setting up a sftp server or ssh.

    either can be used to transfer files securely.

    openssh for windows
    filezilla excellent ftp client and server.

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    okie dokie, thanks guys B)
    still curious about the windows vpn solution,
    but i can get pcanywhere, hell, emule can get ya anything on the face of the earth

    any other info on vpn w/o 3rd party software is still welcome B)

    -edit- just saw your links 4play, will check it out B)
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    A vpn connection is possible but depending on where your connecting from and how often your connecting.............it may be a little impractible just to transfer a few files. It would be much more simpler to go with 4play&#39;s suggestion especially since ssh connections are pretty secure for the most part.

    Or

    This might help http://www.invisionfilemanager.com/

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