Topic "Timestamp does not resolve corectly in foldername on ftpserver"

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martin wrote:
put C:\local\path\data /remote/path/%TIMESTAMP#yyyy-mm-dd%_data


many thanks for help - i tested script - but remote folder was not resolved with e.g. "/remote/path/2016-12-19_data" - remote folder appears as follows:


what can i do? - thank for help in advance ...
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