>WinSCP /ini=WinSCP /log=log /privatekey=private = No Sessio

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Big Bill in TN
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>WinSCP /ini=WinSCP /log=log /privatekey=private = No Sessio

I've saved a valid session to both WinSCP.ini and to the register and my the key is in private.ppk

I can logon with WnSCP.com using the session saved to the register both from the command line and using a batch file and script but can not using the .ini file.

I enter:
C:\Program Files\WinSCP /ini=WinSCP /log=log /privatekey=private

I get:
WinSCP>

I enter:
get *.rpt

I get:
No session.

I've tried w/file extensions:
C:\Program Files\WinSCP.com /ini=WinSCP.ini /log=log.txt /privatekey=private.ppk


I really think the command line with the .ini is my best choice (most portable)for what I need and would like to get it working.

I'm running Windows XP Pro connecting to the SFTP server

Thanks in advance

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Re: >WinSCP /ini=WinSCP /log=log /privatekey=private = No Sessio

I do not see any command to open a session in your examples. Either specify session data on command line or using "open" command.
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