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Big Fan

Re: 3 New Ideas

Instead of using the loop as shown on the link above, you can run WinSCP script from a Windows Scheduler service.
See https://winscp.net/eng/docs/guide_schedule


Ok thanks I will have a look at this if I can get it to run in the background silently then this is perfect.
martin

Re: 3 New Ideas

Big Fan wrote:

Well if there is any way to get WinSCP to start automatically in the back ground so it can do what I said above without having to be started up by a user each time.

Instead of using the loop as shown on the link above, you can run WinSCP script from a Windows Scheduler service.
See https://winscp.net/eng/docs/guide_schedule
Big Fan

Re: 3 New Ideas

martin wrote:

Big Fan wrote:

:idea: Can you add file segmentation support as me and lots of other people use WinSCP for downloading large fills from seedboxes because seedbox companies recommend it and it is a great tool (8 GB plus in not uncommon for a HD film).

This request is tracked here:
https://winscp.net/tracker/513


:idea: Also can you add auto download where WinSCP checks every X amount of minutes or hours to see if there is a new file to download and once it has downloaded it deletes the file from the server.

See https://winscp.net/eng/docs/library_example_keep_local_directory_up_to_date


:idea: Can you also add WinSCP to system services so it starts up in the back ground automatically.

How would that work?



Well if there is any way to get WinSCP to start automatically in the back ground so it can do what I said above without having to be started up by a user each time.

It doesn’t have to be a service there other ways to get it to start which may be better.

And thanks for the other requests.
martin

Re: 3 New Ideas

Big Fan wrote:

:idea: Can you add file segmentation support as me and lots of other people use WinSCP for downloading large fills from seedboxes because seedbox companies recommend it and it is a great tool (8 GB plus in not uncommon for a HD film).

This request is tracked here:
https://winscp.net/tracker/513


:idea: Also can you add auto download where WinSCP checks every X amount of minutes or hours to see if there is a new file to download and once it has downloaded it deletes the file from the server.

See https://winscp.net/eng/docs/library_example_keep_local_directory_up_to_date


:idea: Can you also add WinSCP to system services so it starts up in the back ground automatically.

How would that work?
Big Fan

Re: 3 New Ideas

Big Fan wrote:

I want to start by saying thanks you WinSCP is a great program I am a big fan.:D


:idea: Can you add file segmentation support as me and lots of other people use WinSCP for downloading large fills from seedboxes because seedbox companies recommend it and it is a great tool (8 GB plus in not uncommon for a HD film).


:idea: Also can you add auto download where WinSCP checks every X amount of minutes or hours to see if there is a new file to download and once it has downloaded it deletes the file from the server.


:idea: Can you also add WinSCP to system services so it starts up in the back ground automatically.




I forgot to say this is for SFTP
Guest

I agree good ideas
Guest2

Yes they are good ideas can you add them
Big Fan

3 New Ideas

I want to start by saying thanks you WinSCP is a great program I am a big fan.:D


:idea: Can you add file segmentation support as me and lots of other people use WinSCP for downloading large fills from seedboxes because seedbox companies recommend it and it is a great tool (8 GB plus in not uncommon for a HD film).


:idea: Also can you add auto download where WinSCP checks every X amount of minutes or hours to see if there is a new file to download and once it has downloaded it deletes the file from the server.


:idea: Can you also add WinSCP to system services so it starts up in the back ground automatically.