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seven.7 wrote:


How it was generated the log?

I run the script and is the synchronization was performed.

I stopped the script and I did it again. It has synchronized the same file again.

an file for example: “DS7101250.jpg”

Thank you very mutch

In the first run, WinSCP uploaded the DS7101250.jpg file.

In the second run, when WinSCP lists the remote directory to find differences, the DS7101250.jpg file is not there. So it uploads it again.

It does not look like a problem with WinSCP.

I have send. Thanks

Re: synchronize remote problem

Please attach a full log file showing the problem (using the latest version of WinSCP). Name a single file that was synchronized, while it should not have been.

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