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Re: Synchronise FTP

Please attach a full session log file showing the problem (using the latest version of WinSCP). Mention a specific file that you believe should have been synchronized and was not.

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Re: Synchronise FTP

Hi, sorry I should have been a bit clearer. I need it to sync both ways, automatically if possible? At the moment, even though I have 'both' selected it only syncs from local to the remote FTP automatically not from the remote FTP to the local folder

Thanks for your help

Synchronise FTP


I'm struggling with getting the remote (FTP) folder to sync back to the local folder.
If I make a change in the remote (FTP) folder, delete a file or add etc, what option needs to be checked for it to sync the change to the local folder automatically?
It syncs the change from the local folder to the remote, the 'both' option is checked