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Thank you for your time, but it's working now. I believe it was something on our vendor's site.

Re: Trying to find tag for "Ignore permission errors"

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Trying to find tag for "Ignore permission errors"

Even though the files are being transferred, I'm getting the error in a DOS script:
Status code: 3, Message: 521, Server: This server does not support operations to modify file attributes
I search forums on how to handle this. I tried using -nopermissions & -nopreservetime as well as using the latest version of WinSCP, but that doesn't help. I read something else that says to "Ignore permission errors", but I cannot find the tag to use for this.
Please help.
Thank you.