I need a powershell to zip file from the path
"c:\users\users\test.mdb file and then ftp the file to a linux server.
I have the server name, port , username and password.
Zip file need to have the current date and time for conventions.
There are other ways, but none is "easy", to get a formatted date/time string. However, the second FOR is useless, the third is overwriting the mytime variable, and so the "correct" lines are:
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