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In the section //Temporary Directory// you can configure where should WinSCP store [[temp_folders|temporary files]]. In the section //Temporary Directory// you can configure where should WinSCP store [[temp_folders|temporary files]].
-Check //Use temporary directory of system// to make WinSCP store the temporary files in system temporary folder (usually defined by ''TMP'' or ''TEMP'' environment variables). You can use environment variables in the path, with syntax ''%NAME%''.+Check //Use temporary directory of system// to make WinSCP store the temporary files in system temporary folder (usually defined by ''TMP'' or ''TEMP'' environment variables).
-Check //Use this directory// to make WinSCP store the temporary files to folder of your choice.+Check //Use this directory// to make WinSCP store the temporary files to [[local_path|local folder]] of your choice.
When storing temporary copies of remote files (such as when [[task_edit|editing remote files]]), WinSCP can reflect the location of the remote files into path to local temporary copy. You can choose to //Append session name to temporary path// and/or to //Append remote path to temporary path//. When storing temporary copies of remote files (such as when [[task_edit|editing remote files]]), WinSCP can reflect the location of the remote files into path to local temporary copy. You can choose to //Append session name to temporary path// and/or to //Append remote path to temporary path//.
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-In //Random seed file// box you can specify where should WinSCP store randomly generated data it uses on startup to seed its encryption random number generator. You can use environment variables in the path, with syntax ''%NAME%''.+In //Random seed file// box you can specify [[local_path|local path]] where should WinSCP store randomly generated data it uses on startup to seed its encryption random number generator.

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