WinSCP does not show remote filename correctly

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sonofusion82
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WinSCP does not show remote filename correctly

WinSCP version 5.21.7 on Windows 10
FTP server: ProFTPD

WinSCP does not show filename correctly when ProFTPD server was login with an AD account. See screenshot below.

mlsd command output as below:
modify=20200630103506;perm=flcdmpe;type=dir;unique=29UC8000046;UNIX.group=400513;UNIX.groupname=AD\domain users;UNIX.mode=0770;UNIX.owner=685599;UNIX.ownername=AD\user123; tc
modify=20191106061733;perm=flcdmpe;type=dir;unique=29UCA000046;UNIX.group=400513;UNIX.groupname=AD\domain users;UNIX.mode=0770;UNIX.owner=685599;UNIX.ownername=AD\user123; 4T
modify=20190927062209;perm=flcdmpe;type=dir;unique=29UCC000046;UNIX.group=120002013;UNIX.groupname=AD\domain users;UNIX.mode=0770;UNIX.owner=120142014;UNIX.ownername=AD\user123; TESTER
modify=20180709055245;perm=adfrw;size=1604;type=file;unique=29U7866;UNIX.group=400513;UNIX.groupname=AD\domain users;UNIX.mode=0770;UNIX.owner=685599;UNIX.ownername=AD\user123; tester - Shortcut.lnk
modify=20190322092919;perm=adfrw;size=30720;type=file;unique=29U7867;UNIX.group=400513;UNIX.groupname=AD\domain users;UNIX.mode=0770;UNIX.owner=532706;UNIX.ownername=AD\user123; Thumbs.db
modify=20220513020739;perm=flcdmpe;type=dir;unique=29UCE000046;UNIX.group=400513;UNIX.groupname=AD\domain users;UNIX.mode=0770;UNIX.owner=685599;UNIX.ownername=AD\user123; TESTING
modify=20170216032743;perm=flcdmpe;type=dir;unique=29UD0000046;UNIX.group=400513;UNIX.groupname=AD\domain users;UNIX.mode=0770;UNIX.owner=685599;UNIX.ownername=AD\user123; TEMP

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Re: WinSCP does not show remote filename correctly

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

To generate the session log file, enable logging, log in to your server and do the operation and only the operation that causes the error. Submit the log with your post as an attachment. Note that passwords and passphrases not stored in the log. You may want to remove other data you consider sensitive though, such as host names, IP addresses, account names or file names (unless they are relevant to the problem). If you do not want to post the log publicly, you can mark the attachment as private.

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Session Log

Hi, attached is the session log. I've change the username and filenames into some dummy names.
  • winscp_bug.log (20.26 KB, Private file)

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