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Thank you, hope it helps. In that case I synchronized 5 files, all starting as: 'Jesus-MINHO_***' and all of them were already uploaded. Thank you ;)

If the FTP server reports times with minute-precision only, WinSCP recognizes that, and considers minutes only, when comparing files.

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First of all, thanks for your answer.

Well, my computer is the 'client' and I save the files in DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM:SS, now I encounter the problem while I try to synchronize my files with my NAS that saves the modification date as: DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM, so, when I compare them it always says I have a newer one as it has seconds.

I cannot connect my NAS through SFTP only FTP, so I cannot use the 'synchronize timestamps' option.

Thanks again, hope you could help me ;)

Re: Little problem with timestamps

I'm not sure I understand the problem. What is "my client"?

Little problem with timestamps

It must be an stupid question, but i can't figure it out by myself..

Well the problem I'm having is, my client saves files with the timestamp DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM:SS and my server does it as DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM I would like to know how i can mask the timestamps of my client while synchronizing it.

Hope you can understand it, not native though.

Thank you in advance.