Yes, I'm having a problem.
I have a LAN and a Windows 10 computer (Computer A) in my home office that has several drives on it. I use this computer as a "file server."
I have another Windows 11 computer (Computer B) that uses the drives on 'Computer A' that are mapped to 'Computer B.'
Also, on 'Computer B' I run WinSCP that I use to upload local files on 'Computer B' to a remote sever (these files are on a drive on 'Computer B' and are not on a mapped drive).
If 'Computer A' is down, or offline, WinSCP freezes and is not usable.
Any thoughts on how to fix this?
Also, I have set parameters under "Preferences > Transfer > Determine drop target by dragging a fake file > Allow dropping of files to these network drives > -H -K -S -T" in WinSCP.
I did this because nothing else would work and I was trying different approaches.
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