"Incompatible External Console Protocol Version 3"
This is occurring on batch scripted transfers, and the box that comes up requires user intervention to click "OK" or "cancel" to the prompt before the WinSCP session will complete.
It has occurred on multiple systems that WinSCP initiates connection to internally here, so I cannot necessarily isolate it to any one system, or one transmission file/script in particular. It does not occur constantly, it is very sporadic, so I have not been able to determine any kind of patterns to the environment when it occurs.
And unfortunately it does not create any entries in the WinSCP transfer logs whatsoever that I can provide - the WinSCP session seems to start, receive the error, wait for user input, and then immediately exits WinSCP without transferring(with an exit code of 0 for some reason).
I guess I am more or less asking for clarification on what this error message is meant to indicate? I am not familiar enough with the inner workings of SSH to associate the message with what is causing it. My only possible thought is that I have a background 'polling' process that connects to these systems, and that a foreground transfer may be attemtping to run at the exact same time and receive a conflict?
Transfers go from a Windows Server 2003 box to AIX boxes that are running Open SSH 5.2, and I am using WinSCP version 4.25 portable exe using ini files.
Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!