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Re: Using Wildcards in FileMask for File Transfers

I'm not sure I understand your question. What exactly is your problem?

Setting TransferOptions.FileMask cannot result in a change of file names.

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Using Wildcards in FileMask for File Transfers

I'm using VBScript to download some files that have the month and year as part of the filename.

I can successfully download all of the "March" files, using GetFiles and
TransferOptions.FileMast = "abc_Mar*.zip"

An earlier attempt using
TransferOptions.FileMast = "abc_Mar*"
worked, but resulted in downloaded files with names:

Is there some guideline for the use of wildcards that I have overlooked?