Topic "Using Putty (with CTRL-P) after an upgrade : workaround"

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marclaporte
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Hi!

I don't know if this can be called a bug. It's a situation I have encountered and how I have solved it.

In 4.0.5, I was using Putty (with CTRL-P) directly from WinSCP. Then, I tried using 4.1.3 and copied the .ini, but CTRL-P was not working.

So I removed this line from my winscp .ini file :
PuttyRegistryStorageKey=Software%5CPuTTY%20for%20U3-2352-0A209C609251CA6F

And now it works.

WinSCP 4.1.3 recreated that entry with the following value.
PuttyRegistryStorageKey=Software%5CSimonTatham%5CPuTTY

Best regards,

M Wink
martin
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Location: Prague, Czechia
The original value comes from WinSCP for U3. Please read more in documentation
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