Topic "open multiple connections at once"

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larsen
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Hi,

it would be nice if I could select multiple stored sessions at once by using ctrl and or shift (as selecting files in windows explorer). When I then press login, WinSCP should open a window that holds all sessions (or perhaps optionally open a separate window for each one of it).

That way, I could easily open connections to all my servers when something needs to be done on all of them.


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Lars
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martin
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OK, added to TODO list, with low priority, unless more people asks for that.
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larsen
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thx =)
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prikryl wrote:
OK, added to TODO list, with low priority, unless more people asks for that.
Please add me to the list of suplicants in this one Smile

Nacho
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Can I connect to 2 servers at same time (UAT and PROD) and have one on left side and other on right side so I can compare/transfer files between them.
martin
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Unix User wrote:
Can I connect to 2 servers at same time (UAT and PROD) and have one on left side and other on right side so I can compare/transfer files between them.

No.
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Martin Prikryl
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Is there a tool that can do this: that is recommended?

server<=>server OR server<=> local

or is there a plug in to add
larsen
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As this is almost three years old and I just wanted to post that request again please add me a second time to the list ;-)
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prikryl wrote:
Unix User wrote:
Can I connect to 2 servers at same time (UAT and PROD) and have one on left side and other on right side so I can compare/transfer files between them.

No.


You can transfer files between servers (using temporary storage in your workstation). It may not be very obvious, but it works. Connect to both servers, then highlight the file you want to copy, and use "Duplicate" in the File menu, to send it to the other server.

g
martin
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Also please read FAQ.
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prikryl wrote:
OK, added to TODO list, with low priority, unless more people asks for that.


I see that this thread is quite old, but I need exactly what the original post asks for.
So if this feature is still on a low-pri todo list, please add me to the list of requesters.
Very Happy
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Thanks for your post. This request is being tracked here:
https://winscp.net/tracker/show_bug.cgi?id=424
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taky bych ocenil tuhle featurku
ComeHereByGoogle

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It would be very nice to have that feature Smile
grikag

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Is there a simpler way to open multiple sessions?
Thanks
STGdb

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+1

Something like FastSCP would be nice (transfer between hosts and not store temporary data on my local system). Could be a security issue...
coolhandluke

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This would be a very nice feature i can't believe it's not already there.
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coolhandluke wrote:
This would be a very nice feature i can't believe it's not already there.

What feature exactly?
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