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Hi, I have two different SSH Tectia versions installed in two different environments. Environment 1: SSH Tectia v6.1.9.95 Windows 2003 32-bit Standrard Edition

Environment 2: SSH Tectia v4.1 Windows 2003 32-bit Enterprise Edition

I can see there is a difference in how we setup user home directory in these different SFTP Tectia versions. I will try to explain this by an example below.

Example in Environment 1 I have setup a Virtual directory as D: D:AppdataUsers. Inside this Users folder I have two folders - In, Out. So when a sFTP user connects in this environment and if they want to send a file to In folder then they will have to use command line cd D:/In mput testfile.txt

In Environment 2 I do not have an option to setup a virtual directory so in the text box of User Home directory I have given value as D:AppldataUsers. Inside this Users folder I have two folders - In, Out. So when a sFTP user connects in this environment and if they want to send a file to In folder then they will have to use command line cd In mput testfile.txt

As you can see there is a difference in the commands that sFTP connectors have to use when they want to send files to these two different environments.

The Environment 2 is my production and Environment 1 in my test environment. I have been asked to upgrade my production sFTP Tectia to v6.1.9.95 and the reason I am testing this new version in my test and found this difference in the way the sFTP connectors connects. I have got over 70 connections coming in production so i do not want my sFTP connectors to change their script if I am upgrading my sFTP Tectia version as this will mean a lost of cost and effort.

Can you pls suggest any user home directory setting for v6.1.9.95 that will not require my sFTP connectors to change anything at their end in the way they are currently connecting in my production to send files

asked Nov 08 '11 at 10:00

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