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I asked a similar question a while back and never really got an answer, so I'll try again...

I have an application that has a component that works like DropBox. The user puts a file into a folder and it's copied to the server. Then all other users clients will download the file.

I need to determine the correct way of getting the file onto the server. The file will either be copied to the server or FTP'd in.

I need to determine when to use FTP. Obviously if the user is not connected to the network, then the file needs to be FTP'd in. For example, if the user takes their laptop home or on the road - away from the office - they they are not "connected" to the network and FTP needs to be used.

However, if the user is sitting at a desk in the office, then they are "connected" to the network.

The question is: How do I make the determination to FTP the file or just copy it? How can the app know if it's directly connected to the network?

Thanks
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