I have an ASP.net legacy application that relies heavily on asp:fileupload. We have servers with millions of graphic images in millions of directories and sub directories. When an image needs changing, the user clicks browse for file button and the standard file dialog comes up. Once the requestor selects the image, file path information including the file name is stored in a ticket/database. This way a graphic artist can find the image to fix. So, if the file is g:\media\images\test.png, the ticket/database will contain g:\media\images\test.png and NOT g:\fakepath\test.png. I do know this is a browser security issue that can be overridden because Electron does it (Visual Studio Code for example). Will your conversion process allow this to occur in the converted code?