Yes, every other device here connects without issue. I have WinSCP installed on three Windows machines. As I mentioned, I used the exported settings for all three PCs – so the settings are the same. The only difference at the moment is that the 'troublesome' PC is a brand new Windows 11 device whilst the other two are Windows 10. Having said that, the laptop that immediately preceded this one was also Windows 11 too – and that worked with the same configuration file and I never had a problem.
I also tried installing FileZilla and that had problems connecting on the laptop too.
I'm sorry, I don't understand your point about 'auto logs for both successful and failing connections'. In short, ANY connection on the laptop that's set to Auto fails (but eventually connects after multiple tries). If I take one of the connections and clone it, but switch the clone to Auto and set the original to IPv4, the original connects as expected, but the clone does not. In other words, the 'test connection' I sent you is in fact a clone of the 'Steve' connection in terms of settings.
'Test' = Auto
'Steve' = IPv4
Steve = Test (apart from the IPv setting)
Let me know if I've understood you correctly and if I can supply any further information.
To me, it all seems to point to a setting somewhere on the new laptop – maybe outside of WinSCP??? – but I think I've checked all the usual suspects and nothing stands out as being different to the other Windows 10 PCs.
Thanks for your patience.
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