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Re: PowerShell - Connection closed by warning Banner

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PowerShell - Connection closed by warning Banner

Hi Guys,
Trying to setup the PowerShell script to automate file transfer but I believe a banner is causing the server to close the connection as I can authenticate fine using GUI.
Is there a way that I can bypass the banner when using PowerShell script?