Keeping Remote Directory Uptodate

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Keeping Remote Directory Uptodate

This option doesn't seem to update after the initial startup. The file size doesn't change but there are changes to the data. How do I get it to update the remote directory with the new version of the file?

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Re: Keeping Remote Directory Uptodate

Does the file time change?
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Re: Keeping Remote Directory Uptodate

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Does the file time change?
Yes, it comes with a new date timestamp

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Re: Keeping Remote Directory Uptodate

Can you attach a screenshot of file panels before and after the update showing the changed file?

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Sorry, I do not see any attachment.
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Sorry, I do not see any attachment.
Sorry, I do see them as posted attachments now.
On the synchronize options I added a check mark to Existing files only and it worked. Thank you for your effort.

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On the synchronize options I added a check mark to Existing files only and it worked. Thank you for your effort.
The option should have no effect on this.

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

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