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May 30, 2012

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s h

cant this issue be gotten around by simply using PSCP instead, which does return errorlevel of zero only if successful?

PSCP returns an ERRORLEVEL of zero (success) only if the files were correctly transferred.

[Not all SFTP servers are configured to allow SCP, and the two unrelated servers I was working with were of this type, and were not something I could change -- SJF]

ios developers

The developer of rssh quit the development of rssh two years ago. I wouldn’t recommend to use rssh since security issues won’t be fixed. Better use scponly…

Ge

Thanks for the patch. I have similar problem and your patch helped me.

J.R.

I worked around this by having the last step of my command file execute a local command to create an empty local file. My script that calls psftp then checks for that file.

Prasanna

i have the similar problem. Can you please tell me how to use this patch.

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  • Steve Friedl is a software and network security consultant in Southern California. He has been a C and UNIX developer since 1981 and has an exceptionally broad background in this area. Some areas of expertise include:

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