With regular FTP, WinSCP seems to be incorrectly translating the timestamps for files downloaded, sometimes by 1 hour, and sometimes the timestamp values seem random. I'm using regular FTP because the connection is over a line that is already 4096bit encrypted, so I don't need the extra overhead of additional encryption. Here's my general information:
Client: Win7 Ultimate with WinSCP (I've tried WinSCP v4.3.7 and v5.0.6 with same result)
Server: XP Pro with FileZilla server
Both the client and server are in the same timezone (MST) and are both set to automatically update for daylight saving time, and their clocks are set correctly.
When I view the file list in WinSCP, the file times are correct, but when I download them, they are often increased by 1 hour. However, I've just tried using mirror synchronization, and notice that the times are varying wildly. For example:
04/01/2012 12:03 AM filea
01/14/2011 09:47 PM fileb
01/13/2011 10:49 PM filec
04/01/2012 01:33 AM filed
2012-04-01 05:45 PM filea
2011-01-14 12:00 AM fileb
2011-01-13 12:00 AM filec
2012-04-01 01:33 AM filed
on the Win7 client.
I've tried playing with the ConsiderDST reg (and raw set) option, which of course didn't do anything because I'm in regular FTP. Is there any solution to this?