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SFTP log file please.
You have posted a WebDAV log. I've already explained above that you cannot expect this to work with WebDAV.

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Re: Not preserving timestamp

Most WebDAV servers indeed do not support preserving timestamps of uploaded files.

But it should work with SFTP. If it does not, please attach a full session log file showing the problem (using the latest version of WinSCP).

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Not preserving timestamp

I`m using 5.13 build 8172 GUI mode, W10 64bit and W7 32bit.
When I transfer a file, I noticed that the timestamp of the transfered file was set to the computer timestamp instead of the timestamp of the source file.
This happens with SFTP and WebDav protocol.
It looks like the preserve timestamp setting is ignored.
Is that a bug or wrong adjustment?