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    Have you thought of setting up a site-to-site VPN connection between your organization and the other one? Maybe then they could just drop the files directly into the necessary path. You could setup your firewall on-site to only allow certain ports from their public IP (assuming it's static), and then use NTFS permissions to only allow certain access to directories.
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    Thanks for the reply, Seack.

    I thought about that, but unfortunately that's not an option.

    Originally Posted by seack79
    Have you thought of setting up a site-to-site VPN connection between your organization and the other one? Maybe then they could just drop the files directly into the necessary path. You could setup your firewall on-site to only allow certain ports from their public IP (assuming it's static), and then use NTFS permissions to only allow certain access to directories.
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