I have a server that runs a set of automated SFTP scripts to upload and download files to Waystar. Waystar is upgrading their protocol for SFTP to newer algorithms and public keys on November 11. Our current scripts are running a WinSCP executable in the script folder that's Version 5.0.6 (see attachment). This version fails their test login for the newer algorithms. However, on this same server, there is a WinSCP Version 6.1.1 installed. This version successfully connects using the newer algorithms (see attachment).
Should I just be able to modify the batch file to run the newer executable? The existing script is:
"C:\navicurescripts\winscp.com" /console /script=downloadnavicure.txt
"C:\Program Files (x86)\WinSCP\winscp.com" /console /script=downloadnavicure.txt
Will it be unable to pull the connection information? Or should I copy the newer executable into the script folder? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!