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Here are a couple of ideas: 1) Use the Copy.asmx web service. You can just use a regular SOAP call from your PHP application to upload the file (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/copy.copy(v=office.12).aspx for details on the web service). 2) Use some custom .NET code you call from your PHP application. This blog post has a good example: ...
It could be a permission issue. Make sure that the process identity SSIS is using has the appropriate permissions to access SharePoint.
This guy (http://whitepages.unlimitedviz.com/2010/12/unc-path-naming-for-files-stored-on-sharepoint-2/) was having the same issue. His fix was to change the UNC path a bit: \\ServerURL\DavWWWRoot\Site1Name\Site2Name\LibraryName\FolderName So: \\intranet.domain.local\DavWWWRoot\Library Play with that a bit until you have it working in Windows Explorer, ...
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