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Re: Timestamp not copied correctly.

Could it be that the upload actually did not finish yet, when your started the download?

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Timestamp not copied correctly.

I've encountered a recurring issue whenever I amend a file on the server and then immediately afterwards copy it to my PC - the date/time of the copy has the original value rather than today's date.

The file contents are correct and copying the a file again gives the expected timestamp, but I've never had this issue before and it was fortunate that I noticed it before continuing. Might this be due to any recent changes to WinSCP?