# Command get argument

JF Munoz
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## Command get argument

Hello I am French, I have a problem on a client site with image files named like this:
cropped-BLI-Me üditerranee-1HD-3-150x146.jp
so the get command waits for an instruction
"SKIP" to continue. (I am aware that these images will not be copied)
How can I put this argument in my order?
I tried to type this command just before:
option confirm off
but i not sure
Thank a lot
JF Munoz

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## Re: Command get argument

I'm not sure what you ask for.
So you want to solve the problem with the file transfer?
Or do you want to skip the error? Os skip the file?

Also, please attach a full session log file showing the problem (using the latest version of WinSCP).

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