I need to use a script on a Windows 2008 server to connect to an sftp site to pull down a file. The site I'm pulling from just switched to sftp from regular ftp. I was using a perl script to pull the file down.
I can use pretty much any scripting language though. I'd just like to get this done quickly.
So, the thing is I need to create an automated way to SFTP a file from a remote server to my 2008 server.
I know 2008 doesn't natively support SFTP. Can someone suggest a good solution for this problem please?
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