The problem is the following:
I copy a file with winscp, timestamp in remote window is shown correctly, but when I check it locally with explorer or total commander, timestamp is shifted in advance for 1 hour. I have tried all options
-adjust remote timestamp to local
-adjust remote timestamp with dst
-preserve remote timestamp
Another interesting thing, if I copy file in windows using total commander WinScp shows me the file in remote window with timestamp shifted back for 1 hour.
I am using WinScp 4.0.5. What am I doing wrong?
Here you can see the same file's timestamp in totalcomander and winscp.
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If I copy the file winscp.exe with WinScp from local to remote winscpcopy.exe, the file will have timestamp 22:52:42 on the remote view, but in local view(or in total commander) its time will be 23:52:42. This is 2 hours in advance than the original timestamp
Is this a bug?