I have two users local to an office that need to scan documents then have them automatically upload to their remote Terminal Server. I can set the scanning software to save the files to a certain folder, but I would like to automatically upload them to the TS so they don't have to leave their session to upload the files. What is a good folder watcher for xp that I can use to automatically upload these files?
The server is Win 2000 and I am not sure how this is generally done on windows. I understand I can use WinSCP as a scriptable ftp client, but I don't know what tool is usually used for watching a folder for changes. Intuition says Powershell, but I don't know. My Python isn't up to snuff and I don't want to install it on their computers, but that might be a last option.
---This is what I found looking around.--- This timely thread from today shows a good utility on Debian Linux (one hyper link for new users)/questions/50127/how-to-automatically-run-a-script-when-the-contents-of-a-directory-changes-in-lin And this thread is the closest I found on serverFault, but goes the wrong way. http://serverfault.com/questions/18889/some-kind-of-auto-downloader-from-an-ftp-site
(META ps Is there a way to delete tags. There is one tag for 'uploads' that should probably be 'upload'. No need for plurals.)