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C:\Arun\Documents. Then I changed the local directory for remoteServer2 to
C:\Arun\Pictures. But the local directory is shown as
C:\Arun\Documents. Now I opened a session to remoteServer1 and the local directory stayed at
C:\Arun\Documents. When I opened a session to remoteServer2, the local directory changed to
C:\Arun\Pictures, then no matter which remote server I connect to, the local directory should stay at
C:\Arun|Pictures. Now, when I change the local directory to
C:\Arun\Documents, then WinSCP should save it. Next time, when I launch WinSCP, the local directory should stay at
C:\Arun\Documents and the same local directory should be used no matter which remote server I open a session to. This is the behavior in FileZilla and I cannot find a way to do this in WinSCP. WinSCP keeps a track of local directory on a per session basis and keeps changing it automatically. I have, on numerous occasions, ended up downloading files from remote servers to wrong local directory because WinSCP changed the local directory. Kindly help.