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Re: CWD cmd Failed:EDC51291 No such file or Directory

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CWD cmd Failed:EDC51291 No such file or Directory

Am using WinSCP Version 5.5.1 (Build 3970) OS is 2012 R2, and trying to connect to client z/OS, using FTPS, initial connection gets established on port 990 and then gives "CWD , directory listing error" , checked with network all required ports are already opened. Customer is able to connect and drop files, but it gives error when we initiate connection ( connection is passive).
Same is the error when we us FTP from Winscp GUI, though FTP via command line is already working from same server.

Help would be much appreciated.