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One way you could accomplish this would be to check the DNS resolution of the server. If it resolves to an internal address, then the client is local and would be capable of performing a direct copy.

You could also just simply try the copy, or a less intensive get directory listing using the file path in your application. If that fails, failover to ftp transfer.

Is ftp available both internally and externally? If so, it would probably be simpler to utilize it for both transfers. It seems to me that it really wouldn't matter how the file got to the server as long as it was on the server.
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