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Thank you :D

I have already posted a logfile where the connection doesn´t work.

Obviously I need a log for a run that failed.
I do not think your problem is related to group command.

Now, i know that the device which i would connecting with, isn´t supporting groups. How can i disable it in C#?

So, latest Version is used an logfile is attached.

Re: Error getting name of current remote directory

Please attach a full session log file showing the problem (using the latest version of WinSCP).

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Error getting name of current remote directory

i´m trying to connect to another device over SCP and C#. I try it 5 times and at some time it works on first and on other time it works on 4. try. If it´s not connecting the exception will be written in a logfile.
Here the LogEntry:
Error getting name of current remote directory. ---> WinSCP.SessionRemoteException: Command "pwd"
failed with return code 0 and error message
-sh: groups: not found.

Why happens this sometimes and sometimes not?

Thank you for help