This might be easier with a little background into how I'm working with the software. I have a number of sessions saved to quickly access domains of a certain category - they all connect to the same server, however. Example would be as follows:
2 sessions saved as ".com" and ".net". Each one is meant to start with the relevant website open in the dev area and live server, but if I have a file I need to upload to both I can navigate between them without switching sessions. The sessions are saved as the root of the websites.
I have the option "Remember Panel's state when switching sessions" unticked - however when I close a session and then open WinSCP again later on, it remembers where I was when I closed the program - so if I was logged into the .com session and ended up navigating to .net/htdocs/images, it will end up opening the .com session with this folder open, instead of the root of the .com site. It seems like it's saving the session every time I quit.
I hope that is clear... probably not. I can try and clarify further if needed.
WinSCP v 5.1.4
GUI - Commander
I don't remember what version I used before when my laptop was running XP (this problem has only started since IT upgraded me to Windows 7 and rebuilt my machine and reinstalled everything) - but a colleague is using 4.2.7 and isn't having this issue on his XP laptop, I would assume I had the same version. It's a company laptop so updating software probably isn't an option...