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We are trying sync files between 2 Windows servers. These servers are not on the same network. A process on server 1 generates the file. A process on server 2 needs to consume the file.

At first I was thinking that the process on server 1 would FTP or HTTP the file to server 2, but the powers that be won't let me setup a web/ftp server, nor will they punch a hold in the redirect table.

Then, I thought DropBox, but it seems to require that a user be logged in (I might be wrong here) to work. So that is out.

What are some of the other ways to solve my problem?

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If you can setup ftp on both servers, you can use AutoFileMove to sync the 2 servers and transfer files from/to any of servers, and also you can do the same with dropbox or amazon s3

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