Topic "Directory cache by saved session or server:port"

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alancult
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Joined: 2005-10-20
Posts: 1
Hi folks,

I ran into an interesting situation this morning. I am a remote user, and use an SSH tunnel to get to servers inside my company's firewall.

So, to scp I go:

WinSCP -> tunnel on local port -> company ssh server -> target server

This leads to all the "hosts" looking like the same place (localhost).

I've turned off directory caching to get around it, but is there a chance directories could be cached by session configuration or perhaps hostname:port?

Just an idea...I can't complain about your great product...

Take care,

Alan
martin
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Joined: 2002-12-10
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Location: Prague, Czechia
Maybe, if more people complain about it Smile
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