SFTP timestamp off by 5 hours

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SFTP timestamp off by 5 hours

I'm trying to synchronize a directory from my WinXP machine via SFTP-2 to a Win2003 server running Foxit WAC and for some reason, the timestamp for the files uploaded to the Win2k3 server is behind by exactly 5 hours. Both servers are in the same time zone and correctly set to Eastern Standard Time (GMT -5). I tried the 3 timezone options in WinSCP and none fix the issue and Server timezone offset does not work (only works for SCP)

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PwrSurge wrote:

I'm trying to synchronize a directory from my WinXP machine via SFTP-2 to a Win2003 server running Foxit WAC and for some reason, the timestamp for the files uploaded to the Win2k3 server is behind by exactly 5 hours. Both servers are in the same time zone and correctly set to Eastern Standard Time (GMT -5). I tried the 3 timezone options in WinSCP and none fix the issue and Server timezone offset does not work (only works for SCP)

Help!

As a followup to this issue, i would like to confirm that it's only the timestamp for files uploaded to the Win2003 server which are affected. Downloaded files are transferred correctly. Furthermore, I installed freeSSHd on a seperate port in the Win2003 server and timestamps are correctly transferred for both uploads and downloads so it looks like a compatibility issue with Foxit WAC server.

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Re: SFTP timestamp off by 5 hours

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so it looks like a compatibility issue with Foxit WAC server.
It rather looks like a bug in the Foxit WAC server :-)
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PwrSurge wrote:

so it looks like a compatibility issue with Foxit WAC server.
It rather looks like a bug in the Foxit WAC server :-)

Can you confirm that you have this issue on your end as well?


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martin wrote:

PwrSurge wrote:

so it looks like a compatibility issue with Foxit WAC server.
It rather looks like a bug in the Foxit WAC server :-)

Can you confirm that you have this issue on your end as well?


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Also, could you please make the server offset feature work for SFTP as well?


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Re: SFTP timestamp off by 5 hours

Can you confirm that you have this issue on your end as well?
No, I haven't tried that. I do not have Foxit WAC server.
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Also, could you please make the server offset feature work for SFTP as well?
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Can you confirm that you have this issue on your end as well?
No, I haven't tried that. I do not have Foxit WAC server.

You can download a free demo version of Foxit WAC server limited to 2 concurrent users at <invalid hyperlink removed by admin>


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I have tried the demo and I do not see the problem. For me all files have correct timestamps with WinSCP default settings.
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