Topic "Upload file with timestamp"

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I have a file created daily with a file name I've not been able to get my script to recognize the filename with timestamp when uploading. Below is my "put" line, any ideas?

Put "\\loacalserver\automation\"
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How do you use the put command? If in a script file, use single % only:
put "\\loacalserver\automation\"

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