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Sure I did test it.

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Thank you for your reply. I upgraded WinSCP to 5.13 but this did not solve the problem.
The Thumbs.db:encryptable files are still transferred, and yet the mask should ignore them.
Did you test the transfert with Thumbs.db:encryptable files while having them in your "ignore" mask?

Re: Cannot exclude files Thumbs.db:encryptable in exclusion mask

I do not have any problem with your mask in the the latest version of WinSCP.
I cannot tell about WinSCP 4.3. It's over 7 years old, you urgently need to upgrade.
The latest version of WinSCP still supports Windows XP (SP2).

Cannot exclude files Thumbs.db:encryptable in exclusion mask

I could not find how to exclude files "Thumbs.db:encryptable" in transfers using masks.

My current mask is Thumbs.db;Thumbs.db:encryptable;#*#;*~;*.bak;*.aux;*.log;*.bbl;*.blg;*.idx;*.ist;*.ntn;*.out;*.dvi;*.nav;*.toc;*.snm;*.synctex.gz;

and the Thumbs.db:encryptable part is not working (everything else works in that mask). I guess this is related to the semi colon but I cannot see how to solve the problem.

Thank your for your help! This is with WinSCP 4.3 on Windows XP