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Subject: Open session in new window
While session is opened and the main window is shown, hold Shift and click on a saved session (in Session > Saved Sessions menu) in subfolder in order to open the session in new window. It does not work. Instead error message pops up saying: “Host does not exist”.
Using WinSCP 4.1.4 with “Commander” interface on Windows XP SP3. It happens for any stored session in subfolder, regardless of protocol or server. So I’m not posting session log file as it seems irrelevant.
Subject: Trouble setting server timeout via command line
I have a client with a slow FTP server, it takes 25 seconds or so to connect. Whenever I attempt to add the
-timeout=xxx switch to the end of my
open command, WinSCP just bails out. No session log file is even created. If I remove the
-timeout switch, it connects.
Here is the command line:
winscp.exe /console /script=test.txt /log=log.txt
Here is the script:
open sftp://user:pass@site/ -timeout=60
option transfer binary
After running the script I get following in console:
Too many parameters for command ‘open’.
Using WinSCP 4.0.7 on Windows 2000. Session log file is attached.
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