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Re: Syncronization Issue - Remote time is +1 hour

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Syncronization Issue - Remote time is +1 hour

I'm using the latest version of WinSCP (Version 5.7 Build 5125) and, when I choose to sync local to remote, the date and time that results is +1 hour. (Uploaded at 10:27 and file time shows 11:27)

Any additional attempts to "sync" within the next hour does not identify the modified files... I'm assuming that's because of the time discrepancy.

The time on the PC is correct, I checked the time on the server and it's correct.

Any ideas on why this is occurring? Suggestions, solutions most welcome.