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Re: Process does not exit when using TortoisePlink as local proxy command

I cannot reproduce the problem. Please attach a full session log file showing the problem (using the latest version of WinSCP).

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Process does not exit when using TortoisePlink as local proxy command

I use the proxy and the tunnel features at the same time, the local proxy command is:
TortoisePlink %user@%proxyhost -P xxx -pw xxxx -nc %host:%port

It works well, but I found the TortoisePlink process still living when the WinSCP window closed.

Is it a bug? I think the child process should be closed when the parent process existing.