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Okay, that's what threw me for a loop then. I could enable logging disconnect, reconnect, and logging was still on.

Re: Session settings auto-saved - disable?

What settings is auto-saved? I cannot reproduce that. Please note that logging settings are global, not session-specific.

Session settings auto-saved - disable?

I think this is new behavior in WinSCP version 4.

When I load the settings from a saved session, change something (to enable logging, say), then connect, the changed settings become part of the saved session. This is not the behavior I would prefer. It becomes impossible to make temporary changes -- like logging -- that aren't intended to be permanent. Can there be an option to revert to the old behavior -- namely that sessions are only saved when you save them?