local folder on virtual client?

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local folder on virtual client?

Unfortunately in my company I have to use virtual client (citrix). Local directories are on server. When I establish ftp connections, I see something like "\\1xx.2x.1x.1x\Profile$\" but this is not my local directory, my local directory is "\\1xx.2x.1x.1x\Profile$\forward\username\"
It works with Filezilla, but not with WinSCP.
Even when I browse to my local directory, it will not show up in WinSCP.
I like WinSCP, but it is unuseable in restricted environments...

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Re: local folder on virtual client?

I could solve it with mapping the drive.
\\1xx.2x.1x.1x\Profile$\forward\username\Documents\ -> mapped as network-drive Z:
Now I see Z: in WinSCP.

kuchenmann wrote:

Unfortunately in my company I have to use virtual client (citrix). Local directories are on server. When I establish ftp connections, I see something like "\\1xx.2x.1x.1x\Profile$\" but this is not my local directory, my local directory is "\\1xx.2x.1x.1x\Profile$\forward\username\"
It works with Filezilla, but not with WinSCP.
Even when I browse to my local directory, it will not show up in WinSCP.
I like WinSCP, but it is unuseable in restricted environments...

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Re: local folder on virtual client?

kuchenmann wrote:

Even when I browse to my local directory, it will not show up in WinSCP.
Can you explain what exactly do you mean by "browse" and "will not show up"?
Can you post few screenshots documenting that? Also FileZilla screenshot may help. Thanks.

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