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Old Unix and Linux 11-08-2016   -   Original Discussion by MikeAdkins
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Cygwin_openssh time stamps

I've installed cygwin_openssh on Windows 2012 R2 and it's working great. My issue is when a file is uploaded say from a different timezone, when it is uploaded, it doesnt pick up the sftp servers time.. Is there a way to fix that?

i.e. When someone in PST uploads a file to this server in EST, the time stamp on the file shows 09:30 instead of 12:30am and is throwing off some scripts..

---------- Post updated at 07:19 AM ---------- Previous update was at 07:08 AM ----------


put - nopreservetime took care of it

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