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# Topic review

martin

## Re: WinSCP kills Windows Server 2019

After i use WinSCP with with the following line in a .bat file and the source path includes a file with a "." at the beginning, WinSCP running in a issue if the folder in the destination folder doesn't exists (Error Code 3 Permission Denied). That's the minor problem

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but the major problem is the Bluescreen after rebooting Windows Server 2019. The Server can't find any Windows installation.

So you mean that after the WinSCP script fails, you restart your Windows Server and it fails to start with a blue screen? Why do you think it is related to WinSCP? On moder versions of Windows, no application running with normal privileges can cause a blue screen.
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## WinSCP kills Windows Server 2019

Hi Support Team

After i use WinSCP with with the following line in a .bat file and the source path includes a file with a "." at the beginning, WinSCP running in a issue if the folder in the destination folder doesn't exists (Error Code 3 Permission Denied). That's the minor problem but the major problem is the Bluescreen after rebooting Windows Server 2019. The Server can't find any Windows installation.

Line in .bat File:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\WinSCP\WinSCP.exe" /command "option batch on" "option confirm off" "open blabla:password@172.26.20.232" "get /flash/nsconfig/*.* C:\Backup\flash\nsconfig\" "/log=C:\Backup\backup.log" "exit"