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Re: Remote Directory has extra backslash(/)

Is that some mainframe system?

Remote Directory has extra backslash(/)

I am trying to upload an ascii file to a remote server via text transfer with time stamping off.
However, whenever I try to set the remote directory to /_'THIS.THEN.THAT.', which should show up as /__THIS.THEN.THAT., it actually shows up as /__THIS.THEN.THAT./*.*. when I attempt to upload my file named FILE, Winscp returns Error code: 4 indicating filename /__THIS.THEN.THAT./FILE is invalid, which it is because it should be /__THIS.THEN.THAT.FILE.

Any ideas what might be going on here? Or, better yet, how to remove the backslash ?