Getting "Invalid access to memory" error when calling SynchronizeDirectories

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morten.strand@km.kongsberg.com
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Getting "Invalid access to memory" error when calling SynchronizeDirectories

When using the SynchronizeDirectories method together with the checksum synchronization criteria, I always get the error "Invalid access to memory".
var synchronizationResult =
    session.SynchronizeDirectories(
        SynchronizationMode.Local, localFolder, remoteFolder, true, true,
        SynchronizationCriteria.Checksum);
I'm using the WinSCP version 6.3.3.

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Re: Getting "Invalid access to memory" error when calling SynchronizeDirectories

Thanks for your report.

This issue is being tracked already:
Issue 2291 – Failure when trying to automate file synchronization by checksum on an SFTP server that does not support it natively

I'm sending you an email with a development version of WinSCP to the address you have used to register on this forum.

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Re: Getting "Invalid access to memory" error when calling SynchronizeDirectories

I do not know yet. But would it help you? Do you even have a shell access to the server in the first place? (as your SFTP server does not support checksums).

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