I did try with the GUI and I cannot see them using that either. If I create files through the GUI or the CLI, I still don't see them, and if I make a file on the remote system through windows explorer or DOS I ALSO still don't see them. I am authenticating between server and client using an public\private key pair so I don't have to have the password in the script that I am using. The user that created the key is the same user that is logged into the active windows session, which is the same user that I made certain has "full control" admin rights to that folder and all subfolders under it, and is a member of the "Administrator" group in the Local Users Group in windows. What really baffles me is that it's just the FILES that I can't see. I can see the directories that the files should sit in.
I turned to the OpenSSH server that I found on the WinSCP site as my last choice because I need to use SFTP due to my organizations security restrictions (FTPS is not an option), and the two machines that have to be linked must be a Windows 10 and Windows 7 box respectively. There is no choice to put a windows server running IIS in the mix.
I tried logging in with FileZilla and am able to see the files through that clients gui, but the problem with FileZilla (and why WinSCP is superior in this instance) is that I can't create an automated script. With WinSCP I am able to create an automated script that will move files back and forth...
Any ideas, or logs that I can send to help resolve the issue? I would be more than happy to provide anything that you need.