The uploaded file has a wrong timestanp

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The uploaded file has a wrong timestanp

When I upload a file to WinSCP, the time is right but the year is different. It is 1 year past and displays 2013 instead of 2014. I came across various solutions provided in WinSCP forum and unchecked the "Preserve Timestamp" in Environment tab and it does not work still. The time gets updated but not the year. Any solution on this at the earliest would be much appreciated.

FYI: I thought I had an older version of WinSCP and downloaded a new WinSCP version to see if the issue gets fixed but unfortunately No.The Newest version which I use is 5.5.1

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Re: The uploaded file has a wrong timestanp

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

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Hi Prilky,

Thanks for your email. I hae attached the logs. Can you please have a view.
By the way, I am not able to find your email address. Cna you please post it here.

Thank you so much.
Description: Log file of WinSCP

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Re: The uploaded file has a wrong timestanp

Thanks for the log.
It's for the test with Preserve timestamp turned off, right?
In this case it's the server who set's the time (should set it to current time). The timestamp in directory listing returned by server after upload is interpreted by WinSCP as 2013-03-20T10:17:00.000Z. To be 100% sure, it's a server-side bug, I'd have to see Debug 1-level log.
See: https://winscp.net/eng/docs/ui_pref_logging

Can you also post a Debug 2-level log for test with Preserve timestamp turned on?

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vani.rengan@...
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The uploaded file has a wrong timestanp

Simply Awesome..

The issue fixed after when "Preserve timestamp" was turned on.

Thanks a lot!! Excellent support...

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Akash
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Preserve timestamp greyed out

I have the latest version of WinScp, but the preserve timestamp is grayed out. how can i enable the option. please help. Many Thanks

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