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Re: keepuptodate command crashes upon brief network connectivity loss

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keepuptodate command crashes upon brief network connectivity loss

I ran the keepuptodate command. While it was 3% into transferring a large file, the network briefly failed. This caused the whole command to fail. I was expecting the command would carry on and resume from the point it failed. Can I tweak a setting or an option to make it continue?
Local 'D:\proddata' => Remote 'proddata'

D:New Text Document.txt   |            0 B |    0.0 KB/s | binary |   0%
D:\proddata\remfile.txt   |            0 B |    0.0 KB/s | binary |   0%
D:\proddata\test.txt.txt  |            9 B |    0.0 KB/s | binary | 100%
D:\proddata\test2.txt     |            0 B |    0.0 KB/s | binary |   0%
D:WinSCP-5.21.7-Setup.exe |       11203 KB | 2019.7 KB/s | binary | 100%
Change in 'D:\proddata' detected.
Local 'D:\proddata' => Remote 'proddata'
Docker Desktop Installer. |       25984 KB | 1473.0 KB/s | binary |   3%
Network error: Software caused connection abort
Copying file 'D:\proddata\Docker Desktop Installer.exe' fatally failed.
Copying files to remote side failed.
Session 'ec2-user_in_my_new_server' closed.
No session.
Invalid access to memory.
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