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I am using sshg3 to retrieve directories and files from a remote Windows server. Everything works as expected except one directory which has an unusual name. When I issue a remote 'dir' command one of the returned directories has the name "RDBMS 3510 PDS1200". Note the double space after 3510. When I try to issue the 'dir' command on that directory, I get "File Not Found". If I use a wild card after the double space ("RDBMS 3510 ") it works. Put if I add one more letter ("RDBMS 3510 P") it fails. This does not happen using the same 'dir' syntax from an SSH terminal session. Why would that double space be a problem using sshg3? TIA.

For the record here is the sanitized syntax I am using:

"C:\Program Files (x86)\SSH Communications Security\SSH Tectia\SSH Tectia Client\sshg3.exe" xxxxxx@isub-lwr-001 dir \"E:\Program Files\Seapine\TestTrack_64\TTServDb\TTDbs\RDBMS 3510 PDS1200\"

asked Mar 18 '13 at 17:53

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Asked: Mar 18 '13 at 17:53

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