I am having issues with using WinSCP to FTP compressed/zipped files to a secure remote site and would love some help if available.
The files upload correctly, but then after redownloading to my local environment, the files will not unzip, saying that the archive is corrupted. They are corrupted for other people who are downloading the files using different a methology too, so the corruption does not happen in the download process.
This does not happen for a coworker when he uses WinSCP to upload similar files to the same remote site and then redownload them for testing - the compressed files unzip fine in that scenario.
I am using SFTP protocol and Commander Interface, and have set the parameter to ensure that I am uploading a binary file. I have tried recreating the session file for our remote collaborator. I have tried uninstalling the WinSCP that I was using (v5.2) and reinstalling the same (older) version (v4.3.5) that my coworker uses. (And my employer has such tight software installation guidelines that WinSCP is effectively the only software that I can use for this file transfer task).
I'm using Windows 7.
Any suggestions as to things to check so as to now have this corruption happen will be welcome. Thanks.