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Posted on 2012-03-12
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This is the command line syntax from the users guide of the Ipswitch ws_ftp Pro FTP client software. All I am trying to do is a simple copy and upload via FTPS task.

wsftppro -s local:c:\Test\Test1.pdf -d XXX:/Cabinets/

Where XXX is the pre-configured site in the software.

When I try to run this from a BAT file, the CMD prompt states that it does not recognize wsftppro as an internal or external command.

Am I missing something obvious here?
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Question by:Leej15
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by:micropc1
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Try specifying the full path to wsftppro.exe.

For example...
C:\program files\whatever...\wsftppro -s local:c:\Test\Test1.pdf -d XXX:/Cabinets/
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Yes, this worked with quotation marks around it.

Thought I tried that already but must have missed something previously.

Thanks for the help
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by:Leej15
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I added quotation marks to the previous answer but his advice was correct.
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