Topic "load putty session info from winscp command line"

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mh123083
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Hi,

I'm using the Putty Session Manager from http://puttysm.sourceforge.net/ to manage my 50+ sessions.
As I have to use a proxy to get to most of my servers, currently the only way I can get this to work is to import the session from putty, then launch the session.

Would it be possible to have a cmd line switch that loads the winscp session with the relevant variables from the putty session that get pulled across with an import, without doing an actual import?
E.g. winscp /p <putty session>

Rgds,
Mike.
martin
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I'll consider that.
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