My customer transfers files using WinSCP 3.7.6 to one supplier. Now my customer has gotten a new user-ID which includes a @-sign (s-MY-CUST@supplier.com).
The file transfer is run by a batch job from the ERP system => we use a script for a SHELL command.
The @-sign messes up the connection!
The log file states:
Host does not exist
The script is:
'open '+ UserID + ':' + PassWord + '@' + SupplierFTPserver
Shell: "DOS Shell"(ENVIRON('COMSPEC') +' /C '+ BATname,7, TRUE);
Any input/help would be great,