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Re: Running file command using non-default shell?

How exactly did you "configure" it?
Did you follow the documentation?

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

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Running file command using non-default shell?

I have WinSCP set up to use SCP on a secure server. I have configured it to do a "sudo su - userid" to open the file listings and to do the transfers. However, when i run a command, it seems to revert back to my "normal" user id to run the command.

Is there a way to have it use the same shell that it used to start the session?