I am looking for a bit of input on a file synch solution I am trying to put together. Basically just thinking outloud on some initial ideas and looking for input to see what the community thinks.<BR><BR>Scenerio:<BR>Static Flash/HTML application that runs on client machines in the field. This is totally run off the client machine when using it - ie. there is no Internet connection when viewing it.<BR><BR>The tricky part is updating the client files. We cannot insure that all machines will have PWS or some web server running on them so we cannot run any ASP on the machine itself to build this synch utility or do any processing(remember no Internet connection needed to view this pages/flash files stored locally on the machine).<BR><BR>So what I need is when the user IS connected to the Internet and when they click on "Update" from a page in this "application" it will compare the client file versions with the server file versions, build a list of updated files that need to be sent down, then the client machine downloads the updated files and updated file list.<BR><BR>Is this doable? I have been trying to come up with some type of JS trigger that sends a text file to the server and then some ASP on the server processes the version check and builds out changed file lists.<BR><BR>If need be I can build some ASP to function only when connected to the Internet by going to a website to perform the update, BUT we wanted this to be totally seamless with no need for user interaction (basically a automated synch and download process).<BR><BR>Just looking for suggestions on how to approach this or any input and ideas others may have.<BR><BR>Thanks.