Topic "How to display server time on WinSCP?"

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Cris

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Hello there,

I'd like to see the same timestamp in remote files as reported by ls command. Currently if ls command shows a file timestamp as 8:30 am, I see 10:30 am in WinSCP screen. This is correct, the server is really in a different country and there is a 2 hr difference, but I'd like to somehow configure WinSCP to display "remote" timestamps, without converting them to my timezone.

I have adjusted the setting found in "Environment / SCP/Shell" called "server timezone offset", i have made it -2 and 2, and left it as 0, but none of the three settings have shown any change.

Please help? Thanks for your time!
Using WinSCP 4.0.5
martin
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What protocol are you using actually? Also make sure you upgrade.
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