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Please attach a full session log file showing the problem (using the latest version of WinSCP).

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I have set it as in the description but nothing changes in the fact that there is still a delay of 2 hours

Timestamp is two hours back to my generated file after transferring

Hello everyone,

I have a problem when transferring the file that my timestamp no longer fits (Excel VBA). How can I work around this problem? I've been looking for some time now but can't find the right one. How should the syntax be here?


PS: Programm

Dim mySessionOptions As New SessionOptions
Dim i As Integer
With mySessionOptions
    .Protocol = Protocol_Scp
    .HostName = xxxx
    .UserName = "xxxxx"
    .Password = "xxxxx"
    .GiveUpSecurityAndAcceptAnySshHostKey = True
End With
' Connect
mySession.Open mySessionOptions   
' Upload files
Dim myTransferOptions As New TransferOptions
myTransferOptions.TransferMode = TransferMode_Binary
Set transferResult = mySession.getFiles("/lng/" & Quelle, Ziel, False, myTransferOptions)