Topic "Copy - does WinSCP inform us of replacing files?"

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dsc
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Hi,
When I drag and drop a file from the remote side that is already on the local side, I do not get warnings that I am overwriting the file.

Should I get these? If so how do I check to make sure they are set. I am using Win XP pro.
Dave
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dsc wrote:
Hi,
When I drag and drop a file from the remote side that is already on the local side, I do not get warnings that I am overwriting the file.

Should I get these? If so how do I check to make sure they are set. I am using Win XP pro.
Dave

You should not. Also you cannot, or at least I don't know how to do that. I'm sorry. This is true only for drag&drop, otherwise you're warned.
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