I'm having a little problem which I would like to correct on the server side, rather than having several dozen barely computer literate users make a change in their WinSCP settings. Presently, I have a Windows 2000 SSH server functioning just fine, but I am replacing it with a Windows 2003 server which is also configured as a domain controller. During a test upload, I'm getting the following message when uploading a file as a normal user:
Upload of file 'myfile.txt was successful, but error occurred while setting the permissions and/or timestamp. If the problem persists, turn off "set permissions' and/or 'Preserve timestamp option.
When I upload it with my account, which has Administrator privledges, I also get this error. If I remove "Preserve timestamp" in Preferences, this goes away, but I would much rather fix it on the server side so I do not see this error message so I do not have to contact several dozen users via telephone, lol. Any help or insight on this would be GREATLY appreciated.