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Due to specific server settings I'm receiving this error everytime when upload existng files, what makes impossible to make multiply file uploads.

This message appears for each file after request if I really want to overwrite file.

Upload of file 'counter2.jar' 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.

Permission denied.
Error code: 3
Error message from server: Permission denied
Request code: 9

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I guess that the solution is described in the error message itself. Isn't it?
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martin wrote:

I guess that the solution is described in the error message itself. Isn't it?
Yeah, but how can I do this changes? Interface of WinSCP plugin do not allow to do that. Is it?

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Yeah, but how can I do this changes? Interface of WinSCP plugin do not allow to do that. Is it?
Of course, it does. You may need to press "More" button on the upload dialog.
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Of course, it does. You may need to press "More" button on the upload dialog.

It helpt, thank you, prikryl!

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Is there a global setting for this? It's very annoying to have to uncheck "Preserve Timestamp" EVERY TIME I want to upload a file, or skip over the error.

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Is there a global setting for this? It's very annoying to have to uncheck "Preserve Timestamp" EVERY TIME I want to upload a file, or skip over the error.
On the bottom of the dialog, there is an option Use same settings next time.
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Permission and / or Time Stamp error

We have had similar errors but even setting either the ignore for all sessions and/or
un-checking the 'preserve time stamp' does not seem to resolve the issue.

"Error Message Occured while setting the permission and/or time stamp."

Toggling does not resolve, setting ignore going forward does not work. Any suggestions?

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Re: Permission and / or Time Stamp error

Mike S wrote:

We have had similar errors but even setting either the ignore for all sessions and/or
un-checking the 'preserve time stamp' does not seem to resolve the issue.

"Error Message Occured while setting the permission and/or time stamp."

Toggling does not resolve, setting ignore going forward does not work. Any suggestions?
Can you post a log file?
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