You can run the WinSCP script from batch file that will remove the local file after the WinSCP finishes. Next version of WinSCP will maybe support execution of local commands directly.
Thanks for your reply. I think that would be a useful feature for situations like this; I thought maybe it was possible and I was just overlooking it since local files can be deleted via the GUI...
Any idea of a good way of deleting these after they have tranferred via a batch file? I am concerned about them getting deleted before the upload completes. I supposed I could just have scheduler delete whatever is there the next morning; but if for some reason the upload failed (interrupted internet access, power outage, etc) I would be concerned that it might result in lost files.
Maybe this is just a concern I will have to deal with; but if you had something in mind I would appreciate it if you would share it.