When I run a .cmd file containing a WinSCP synchronization call from a Windows scheduled task the log says that there are no files to synchronize. If I manually double click the .cmd file the log states that WinSCP found the file(s) needing to be synchronized and completes successfully. Does anyone have a suggestion regarding what I'm doing incorrectly with the scheduled task? I verified that the account tied to the scheduled task has access to the local directory (R:\_website_event_images\).
Here's the log that states there is nothing to synchronize even though there is:
> 2013-06-20 15:00:03.137 Script: synchronize -filemask="*.jpg" remote -mirror -delete "R:\_website_event_images\" /events/
< 2013-06-20 15:00:03.137 Script: Comparing...
. 2013-06-20 15:00:03.137 Collecting synchronization list for local directory 'R:\_website_event_images\' and remote directory '/events/', mode = Remote, params = 0x1003 (Delete, NoConfirmation, Mirror)
< 2013-06-20 15:00:03.137 Script: Nothing to synchronize.
> 2013-06-20 15:00:03.137 Script: close
. 2013-06-20 15:00:03.137 Closing connection.