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#12674 worksforme FileZilla Time Stamp is Incomplete Michael French
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FileZilla is a very efficient file mover. However, there is a problem of time stamp marking where the moved file has the "modified" date as the current date instead of the original "modified" date of the file being moved. This problem occurs with the FileZilla menu selection "Preserve timestamps of transferred files" activated.

For reference, the Windows 10 copy and robocopy utilities preserve both the "modified" and "created" dates.

This FileZilla operation causes my backup operations using robocopy to needlessly copy files that are already up-to-date.

I've attached three file properties screen shots - 1) the original file; 2) the FileZilla upload; and 3) the robocopy upload. Notice the time stamps of the original and robocopy file are identical while the FileZilla file has a different "Created" date

#12673 rejected Win7 / Win10 connection Marc Gourmon
Description

I'm using FileZilLa client 3.58 on a Win10 Pro workstation to connect to a Sony Deck Recorder through FTP Protocol. The connection is successful but when I tried to download or Upload a file it's says "421 1 users (the maximum) are already logged in" and follow "could not connect to the server"

When I'm doing the same thing while using or old Win 7 workstation with FileZilla 2.2.27 all went well.

All the firewall are off on both workstation. Is there any services you're aware of which could block the connection ?

#12670 rejected Left panel not show dirs & files 3A2zWe
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Greets 2 All! I do new install filezilla on clear system, 3.57.0/3.58.0 (local site) Left panel not shows any dirs & files but if I install older version, on the same system, for example, 3.53.1 or 3.16.0 - It shows normally all files & directories. "Where is the hidden dog"?

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