Topic "Cannot login to one site since upgrading to winscp 4.1.6"

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pfcomptech
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I have recently upgraded from WinSCP v3.8.2 (build 330) to v4.1.6 (build 412). I now find that I cannot connect to one site which I could with v3.8.2. I have not changed any settings since the v3.8.2 version. The error displayed is "Server unexpectedly closed network connection". I have enabled Debug2 level logging but nothing is entered in the log for the session at all.

When I try a connection via telnet hostname 22, I get the banner SSH-2.0-SSHD.

Any assistance in trying to troubleshoot this connectivity problem would be greatly appreciated.

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Paul
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martin
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Can you try to login with PuTTY 0.60?
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prikryl wrote:
Can you try to login with PuTTY 0.60?


Martin
I have checked trying to connect using Putty 0.60 and I receive the same error.

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Paul
martin
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OK. So then please check server's log file to see whether you find anything useful there.
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prikryl wrote:
OK. So then please check server's log file to see whether you find anything useful there.


Unfortunately I do not have access to the server so I cannot obtain any logs which might help explain the failed connection.

Paul
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So ask your server administrator.
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