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The log really helped, thank you, but here is the problem I am having.
. 2015-01-19 02:28:41.927 TM: B; ClAr: No; RemEOF: No; RemBOM: No; CPS: 0; NewerOnly: No; InclM:
. 2015-01-19 02:28:41.927 AscM: *.*html; *.htm; *.txt; *.php; *.php3; *.cgi; *.c; *.cpp; *.h; *.pas; *.bas; *.tex; *.pl; *.js; .htaccess; *.xtml; *.css; *.cfg; *.ini; *.sh; *.xml
* 2015-01-19 02:28:41.947 (EOSError) System Error. Code: 2.
* 2015-01-19 02:28:41.947 The system cannot find the file specified
. 2015-01-19 02:28:41.947 Asking user:
. 2015-01-19 02:28:41.947 File or folder '\Nick001\File\408921_20150119154000.txt' does not exist. ("System Error. Code: 2.
. 2015-01-19 02:28:41.947 The system cannot find the file specified")
< 2015-01-19 02:28:41.947 Script: File or folder '\Nick001\File\408921_20150119154000.txt' does not exist.
< 2015-01-19 02:28:41.947 Script: System Error. Code: 2.
So I must have this line wrong.
put -nopermissions -resumesupport=off -nopreservetime \Nick001\File\408921_20150119154000.txt
Do I need the drive letter indication like for example
put -nopermissions -resumesupport=off -nopreservetime d:\Nick001\File\408921_20150119154000.txt